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VOL. XIX. NO. 219. 



CHICAGO, FRIDAY, AUGUST 29, 1913. 



PRICE 5 CENTS 



FORUM MAY BE OVERRATED 

supposed whitney crack fails to im 

PRESS OBSERVERS AT SARATOGA. 

Wins Race from Ordinary Opposition, but Not 
Impressively— Sam Hildretli Saddles Has First 
Winner Following His Return to America. 



Saraogu. N. V.. August 28. -Harry Payne Wliit- 
n« y*> highly touted two-year-old. Forum, bad another 
ehamv to show bis real worth in the closing dash 
today. ami while he won. it was not in the manner 
expected and lie did not impress the public as ladug 
*• 1 ' Futurity calibre. He was opposed to an ordinary 
let of two year-olds, which caused him to rule an 
odds-on choice for the race. He took the lead at 
tie- end of the lirsi quarter and remained there, 
but during the stretch racing lie was under the 
hardest kind of u drive and at one time Cliff Field 
appeared to have him beaten. He drew out again 
at the end to win by a comfortable margin. 

The Irish steeplechaser. Post R«.y. made his 
debut in America today when he carried the colors 
of A lex Smith Cochran to victory in the steeplechase. 
He was the medium of a plunge after having reced- 
ed Jo 20 lo 1 in the betting that forced bis price 
to 7 to 1. When the race took place Allen kept 
him close up to the pannnuker. Enniskillen, for the 
first mile. Then Post Boy t**ok the lead and it was 
an easy matter for him to draw out and win in a 
canter. 

'I'hi* chief event of the day was the Amsterdam 
Stakes. # in which Ella Bryson led all the way auil 
won easily. She was also the medium <d* staunch 
support and her victory hurt the layers consider 
ably- Although it was a selling race. Albert Simons 
failed to bid her up. it being the lirsi occasion in 
sono* time ibui he lias not boosted a Carman horse 
in a selling race. Donald Macdonald, which was 
thought to have ho|M*les«ly broken down at the be- 
ginning of the meeting, started in this rave and 
was second all the way. Martin gave the horse a 
rather easy race, probably tieing afraid that be 
might again break down. 

The tabulated history of the Amsterdam Stakes is 
jis follows: 

Year. Winner. A.Wi. Jockey. Yal. Time. 
1901 First Whip ...fill Pullman .. *1.780 1 :4fi b. 

3902 Clonmel I ...3 .91 Shea 2,1.3.*. 1 :42 :; .-, 

f , J9U3 Virgin S**il 1KI II. Callubuu 2, .'SOU 1:42 

HUM I >*• Resake 5 104 Hildebrand 2.785 1:42 

31*9.*. Canteen 4 99 W. Knapp.. 2,200 1 ; : :v» 1 



MINERAL SPRINGS MEETING IS OFFICIALLY DECLARED OFF 



KEEN RACING AT OTTAWA 



3900 Right Royal . 4 105 Sewell ... 
3907 Grapple 5 90 Goldstein 



1.945 1:42 
1.995 1:39 
425 1:41 T.-. 
805 1 :3S 
l.: 530 l 
805 1 :39 s !-. 



l!H*s Purslane 4 100 Musgrave . 425 1:41-.-, 

3'.H>P Nimbus 4 l()s C. Grand . . 805 l ; :;s 

3910 Mary Dans 4 ‘h; Estep 1.550 1:39 

1915 Ella Bryson .0 lo5 J. McTag'f. 8*55 1:39“-, 

Distance on. mile and seventy yards in 1901. No 
racing in 1911 and 1912. 

Sum Hildreth saddled his tirst winner for August 
Belmont following hi> return from France, when 
Violet Ray was returned the winner of the opening 
dash, for which she was well <npport«*d. Some un- 
known person bid her up and the stable had to pay 
$505 to retain her. 

• August Belmont has declined lu permit his colt 
Rock View to start in the proposed special race 
with Cock o* t lie Walk next Monday, lie also de 
dined to state his reasons. 

The two year-old Vega is now the property of 
John O. Talbott, who purchased her at private sale 
from II. P. Whitney last evening and she ran in his 
name and colors today. 

R I. Miller will <bip Muter Welles. Aviator, 
Aeroplane and two two-year -olds to Timouium on 
Sunday for tie meeting at that place. Mike Kelly 
has already shipped Deduction and several other 
horses to Tiiuoiiiutu. 

Ilk* entries for the Syracuse raves closed today 
and quite a good list was secured, bui Herman 
('ouklin stated that the full unmber of entries made 
will not be known for a day or two. as Im* expert* 
to find some besides those lie got hero when he re- 
turns to New York this evening. 

The condition li***>k> for the inaugural meeting **f 
the Dorval Park Jockey Club, which will be held 
at tin* new track in Montreal. September 15 to 20. 
arrived here today. 

KENTUCKY STABLES BEGIN TO FILL. 

Louisville. Ky.. August 28. Three carloads of 
horse* arrived al the local tracks yesterday from 
the Windsor con I'm*, in Canada, for the local fall 
racing -ras' n of twenty -out* day* at Douglas Park 
ami Churchill Downs, bcgiuuiug at the former track 

• mi Tuesday. Scptcmltcr 23,. and shifting to Churchill 
Down* on Wcuiiesday. October >. lie* date m-i for the 
running of the $1 5.ot>0 four-utile Kentucky Eudur- 
anee Stak*-*. 'Hie strings tliat eaine today were 
those of I . J. Pons, in charge of trainer W. K. 
Sail***: William Gerst’s. in cl large of George Ham; 
R. McMillan’s. Otto Stifel's. in charge of C. L. 
1km e. and c. Bill’s two horse-. In tin* shipment 
also came a horse owned by William Hurley attd the 
filly . Tillie’s Nightmare, owned by Docrhoefer A 
West. 

The string of ten horses owned by Gallaher Bros., 
iic-luding Rag-. Sun Queen and other good winners, 
vane* w i 1 1 1 tin- shipment from Windsor as far as Cin- 

• innaii a ud there the ear was switched off for Lex- 
ington. 

Tie* string of ten that trainer Sallee brought 
here for Mr. Pon- is headed by John Furloug, the 
noted six \ t ar-old gelding, which i- among the 
Polls’ nominal ion- for t lie* $5,000 Louisville Cup, 
two mile-, which is to U* the feature race of the 
Douglas Park meeting and is set to Ik* run on the 
closing day. Saturday. October t. The sou of Wads- 
worth is looking well and trainer Sallee seems to 
think that Im* can get him ready to face the barrier 
in the Douglas Park’s rich stake. 

The nine **thcr horse- that Mr. Pon- -hipped here 
are Jack Dentnau. Counterpart. Capilan Bravo. Kdna 
Lisku. Mis- Waters. Grosveiior. Ro<*k Bar. Annie 
Sellers and Ja«*k Kellogg. Three .jockey- came with 
t lie -lable. namely. William Brannon. G. Spellman 
and Frank Randolph, the latter an apprentice rider 
of promise, who made his debut ill Canada this 
summer. 

Sallee i> exporting seven more horses in eoiue here 
from the Pons farm in Tennessee within the next 
few day-. These embrace the two-year-olds Snow- 
flake. Dick’s Pet and two others of that age. also 
the older horse- Armor. Pike’s Peak and the un- 
)*ea im Judge Wright. - None of the shipment from 
ihc Pons farm has been in 1 raining thi- summer and 
as a re-nit none* of them will race before the Latonia 
meeting. Ed Trotter has three of the Pon- string 
at Ottawa, and they will be sent here to join trainer 
s . baud as six mi as that Canadian mtvling is 
. 1 . Tlie-e performers are Font. Pliant and Zodiac. 
Mr. Pons will finally have twenty Itorscs iu training 
hero. 

\il the Pons horses are quartered in the big barn 

• i ivuglus Park and the other horses that arrived 
here vesterday were sent to that tTaek with the 

• AeepLion of tlio two shipped by C. Bills and one 

mi here by William Hurley, which went into the 
barn with trainer Tommy Carroll’s lot at Churchill 
I -owns. TillieV Nightmare was taken in charge t*> 
It.iile-r Shell*} We-I at the iN-wns. 

I'h.* horse- lhal trainer Georgo Ham bi ought fr«*iu 
\\ adsor. which are owned by the Nashville turfman. 
William Gerst . include Ahtd«*r. Romero. Grande.--. 
Ota-ka. Colle. Evelyn Young uud two yearlings. 



Horsemen engaged in the Mineral Springs racing 
were officially informed yesterday that the rest of 
the meeting had been called otl. The aunouii-omeut 
was superfluous. f.*r the racing ceased automatically 
with the arrival of the two companies of Indiana 
National Guardsmen, sent by Governor Ralston to 
put a stop to the sport at the track on account of 
alleged violations of the Indiana betting laws. 

Maj. G. W. Frcyermuth and Capt. Guy Kimball, 
in charge of the guardstueu. immediately on arriving 
at tin* course Wednesday uight from South Bend, 
took possession of the grounds and established 
martial law. Trespassing was deuied to those with- 
out a permit. Owners, trainers and stable employees 
were not disturbed in pursuance of their duties, 
but visitors were deuied admission to the track. 

It is not expected that th- guardsmen will remain 
long at the course, for the Mineral Springs track 
management have < mphatically made the declaration 
Fiat they would make no attempt to resume the 
-port uuiil they could do so In a legal way. They 
are already formulating plans to have a favorable 
aeing bill passed by the next Indiana Legislature 
lhal will enable them to giye high-class racing under 
ilu* pari-mutuel form of bettiug. 

The unexpected suspension or the racing, due to 
Hie governor’s drastic action, was wholly it n looked 
for. It was generally thought that the sending of 
troops was a remote contingency and frequent 

rumors of Mich a possibility were always discredited. 

The meetiug which jusi terminated could be 

termed successful iii every particular while it lasted. 
Inlike former attempts at this track, this meeting 
enjoyed the <*oufideiic«- of the public and was con- 
ducted in businesslike and systematic fashion. The 
officials were vigilant and frequently -cut possible 
offenders away from the grounds in a quiet ami unob- 
trusive manner. Purse moneys were paid at the 

wire and tin* horsemen or jo key.- have no grievance 
upon this seor<-. There was every indication that tin* 
-port was taking root and would lx -come a perinaneur 
fixture. With this in view, the backers of the 

project wen* beginning to plan ambitiously for tin* 
October meeting and had outlined the conditions of 
stakes to attract the better grade of horses. 



which were purchased at the Edeuwold Stud sale 
Iasi week One of these if. a sister to Paul Davis, 
while tin- other is a sister to that l'-mm! racer. Ben 
Dodder, ’trainer Ham does not intend to attempt 
t<* race Evelyn Young again and she will be sent 
1 .* the Gerst breeding farm in T* nuessoe. to Im* re- 
tired to the -lud. A> Mr. Gerst previously had leu 
horses a i Douglas Park, the Nashville turfman’s 
string for raving ar the local courses this fall will 
numlM-r fifteen head. Trainer Hum i- in doubt 
atKMil -ending any of the string to race at 
Lexington, bui if lie concludes to do so lie will send 
* tly three or four maiden two-year olds. The two 
yearlings that trainer Ham purchased in Panada 
for .Mr. Gerst are 1 ** »r li gi**»d lookers and the sister 
to Ben H odder is a Ally of more than average size 
and sterling ginal qualities. She looks like a racing 
prosuect of the tirst water. 

Dm* of the iiorses that R. McMillan brought is 
Wishing King, which still holds the record of having 
paid a bigger price in the pari-mutuels than any 
other horse that ever won a race in this country. 
This daughter of Dick Welles appears to be in good 
condition now. On account of having paid her back- 
ers so handsomely in her sensational victory at La 
tenia in 1912 Wishing Ring always has a following 
in any race In which she starts. 

The only horse that C. E. Rowe brought to Douglas 
Park for Otto Stifei is the tive-year-old Muff, which 
Rowe acquired in Panada from W. B. Parson by the 
claiming process. ICowe has turned out the tliree- 
year-olds. Speaker Plnrk and Monsieur IVrci. and 
the latter is through with racing, but In* expects to 
train Speaker (Mark again next season and race 
him iu 1914. when lie i> u four-year-old. Speaker 
Clark and Monsieur IVrci are the only two Rowe 
has lefi of the siring he shipped from Dougla* Park 
tu Panada last spring. AJ1 the others he sold or 
had claimed from him. 

The two 1 torses that P. Bills sent front Windsor to 
Churchill Down* arc tie* throe-year-old Chilton King 
and a two-year-old. Chilton King appears to be in 
giK*d ti.\ and promises to do some effective racing 
for his Louisville owner on the Kentucky tracks this 
fall. 

Stable E at Douglas Park is being put in order 
for the string of T. P. Hayes, headed by the Ken- 
tucky Derby winner. Doncrail. a candidate for such 
event- as the Douglas Park Inaugural Handicap, tin* 
$5.ooo Louisville Cup. two miles and the $15,000 
Kentucky Endurance Stakes, four miles. Mr. Hayes 
will -hip hi- string here at the close of the Ottawa 
meeting. His horses will arrive here about Sep- 
tember 8. Secretary Lyman II. Davis, of the New 
Louisville Jockey Club, has received applications 
for ten -tails from J. W. May, whose string is now 
at the Kentucky Association track. Lexington. He 
also received a telegram from J. McClernand asking 
for stall room for four horses which this turfman 
has shipped from the Mineral Springs track at Por- 
ter. 1 ml. 

Secretary Davis has also received a letter from 
Rennie Jacobs, so long a helper around the secre- 
tary’s office at Churchill Downs, he having been 
entry clerk there for several season.-, in which the 
latter stated that he has entirely recovered from 
a recent severe sjiell of sickness. Jacobs has tilled 
several j*ositions on Canadian tracks this season. 

A. Ewing, who last season for quite a period 
trained the big racing stable of R. F. Carman, is 
now connected with the F. J. Pons string as an as- 
sistant to trainer W. R. Sallee. Ewing Is a capable 
trainer and joined the Pons stable in Canada re- 
cently. 

Trainer Jack Adkins has wired Manager John 
Hachmeister at Douglas Park that he will ship 
six of R. J. Mackenzie’s horses here from Windsor 
earl v next week, including Buckboru. Helen Barbee. 
SujM'rl and Melton Street. The string will be 
quartered at Douglas Park upon arrival here. 

The racing strings of Weber & Ward and Lew 
Mariou. which will go to Lexington, will not be 
.-hipjKfd from Douglas Park to the Kentucky Associa- 
tion track until the Monday preceding the opening 
of I he meeting there. They will wait until the last 
minute to send their horses there to ruee on account 
oi The track at Douglas Park being in such splendid 
condition for training. Both string- will likely be 
returned to Douglas Park before the Lexington 
meeting is over. 

WORK-OUTS OF EASTERN HORSES. 

Saratoga. N. Y.. August 28. — Recent work-out* of 
horses iu training here, were as follows: 

Weather clear: track gmwl. 

An ord Three-quarters in I :l8- 5 . Has shown a 
few likely work-out-. 

Addle M. — Three -eighths in JW. I* read}. 

Amazement — Half mile in 50. Looks gi*o*l. 

Ambition — Three-quarters iu 1:22. Was going 
along under a hard pull. 

Black Broom — Three-quarters in 1:17. Shows a 
good burst of speed in all work. 

Blue Thistle Half mile in 54. Been going along 
slowly for some time. 

Bouncing I at ss — Three-quarters in 1:25. 11a* been 

resting for a short while. 

Brig’s Brother Half mile in 51. Shows » good 
turn of s|*eed ami is ready to race. 



Manager Ben Hyman, who was the moving spirit 
in the attempt to e.-thlish racing at the Porter 
track, made the following statement relative to 
Governor Ralston’s action in sending troops to stop 
the racing: 

”Tlie management of Mineral Springs race track 
felt from the inception of their undertaking that 
they were fully protected by statute in operating 
their race track and that their efforts to eliminate 
as far as possible the gambling evils which have 
attached to racing would gain for them the appro- 
val of the public aud local and state officials. The 
fact that for a second time their efforts to establish 
racing have been stopped will not deter them and 
other enthusiasts in the state from attempting 
to secure such favorable enactments as will give 
Mineral Springs a permanent place among the race 
tracks of the country. To this end they will 
submit quietly to the present hostile influences and 
redouble their efforts to secure the passage of a 
pari-mutuel bill by the next legislature, which will 
meet in Indianapolis in 1915.” 

There was plenty of activity among the horsemen 
at the track aud quite a number perfected arrange 
ments to ship away from the harassed course. Among 
those who are planning to go to Lexington tonight 
or as soou a.- ears can be had to transport the 
horses are Earl Linnell. P. J. Miles. G. B. Mortis. 
Howard Dots. A. D. Steele. F. J. Grefer, R. W. 
Rogers and Hickey & Cloher. 

Several carloads of racers will be transferred to 
Tulsa. Oklu. In this consignment will go the horses 
of Parker & Allison. Dwer Bros.. Mikel Bros.. C. 
Hail and several others. 

G. W. Scott will take J. H. Houghton. Jauiel. Dr. 
R. L. Swarenger and others iu his string to Havre 
do Grace for the racing there. 

Jockeys Buxton and Gross will go to Maryland to 
take part iu the racing there, but will return to 
Lexington for the Kentucky opeuiug on Septemlier 
11 . 

Jockey Robbins, who showed good riding form at 
the Mineral Springs track and led the other rider* 
by a wide margin, will go to Lexington and will 
ride on the Kentucky courses this fall. 



Buskin— Three-eighths iu 40. Was going along 
well in hand. 

t’adeau— Five-eighth* iu 1:10. Has been on the 
slow side for a short while. 

Catiuock — Five-eighths in 1:05. Has been showing 
g<>od work rigiit along. 

Compliment — Three-eighths iu 38. Ready to race 
well. 

Connemara— Five eighths in 1:04. Coining around 
lo good form. 

Coy laid — Seven-eighths iu 1:31. Has ull his good 
.-peed and is ready. 

Crosshun -Five-eight lis iu 1 :0b. Shows plenty 

of -need when asked. 

Donald Macdonald — Mile in 1:40. At his best. 

Euterpe — Five-eighths in 1:00. Looks good aud 
shows speed in alt work. 

Fla mm a — Half mile in 52. lias all her early speed 
uud is ready. 

Gordon — Three-quarters in 1:19. Coining around 

fast to his good form. 

Gracilla — Three-eighths in 38-^. At her best. 

Guy Fisher — Mile in 1 :48. Looks as good as ever 
and should race better. 

llinatu — Five-eighths in 1:04. Has not been hur 
vied for speed. 

lmperator — Half mile in 51. Has not been asked 
to show much speed. 

Iridescent** — Seven-eighths in 1:31. Has shown 
a few good work-outs. 

Irish Gentleman— Three-quarters in 1:18. Coming 
around fast to racing form. 

Iron Mask -Three-quarters in 1:17. Hus all his 
good speed and never was better. 

Knights Differ— Half mile in 50. Looks good 

Lady Errant Half mile in 51. At her best.' 

Light O’ M’ Life— Three-eighths in 39. Has been 
going along slowly for some time. 

Monmouth — Half mile in 52. Hus been let up on, 
but is now coming around. 

Ocean Blue— Seven-eighths iu 1:32. Coming around 
to form. 

O’Hagan — Three-quarters iu 1:20. 

O’Reilly— Three-quarters in 1:20. Under a hard 
pull. 

Pennant — Three-quarters iu 1:18. 

Perth Rock — Three-quarters in 1.17. Shows some 
improvement. 

Peterkins — Three-quarters iu 1:19. Hus not been 
asked to show much fast work. 

Prince Eugene — Half mile iu 52. Looks good and 
should race better. 

Rain Daisy — Three-eighths in 38. Has been going 
along slowly for a short while. 

Ray o’Light— Half mile in 51. Shows a little 
improvement. 

Koamer — Three-quarters in 1:18. Hus all his i 

good speed and never \va* better. 

Sam Jackson— Three-eighths in 41. Appears to he 
letter now than ever. 

Sebago — Mile in 1:48. Coming around fast to 
his good racing form. 

Silver Moon — Half mile iu 51. Speedy and ready 
to race well. 

Sir Denralt — Mile in 1:15. Has shown a few 

good work-outs. 

Southern Maid — Half mile in 50. 

Spearhead— Mile in 1:48. Appears to be at his 
la*st after a let-up. 

Spring Board— Five-eighths iu 1:00. 

Star Astress — Three-quarters in 1:22. 

Star Jasmine -Five-eighths iu l:07s*f,. Has not 
been hurried. 

Starbottle — Seven eighths iu 1:35. Does not seem 
to improve. 

Strenuous — Three-quarters in 1 :22. Has uot been 
showing much fast work. 

Stromholi — Three-eighths in 41. 

Trifler — Three-quarters in 1:18. Shows improve- 
ment. 

Trumps — Three-quarters in 1:25. At her best. 

Valkyrie — Half mile iu 50. Has been showing 
improvement lately. 

Virginia Lass— Half mile iu 49 G. Show* plenty 
• *f speed in all work. 

Wanda Pltzer — Half mile Iu 54. Ha* been on 
the slow side. 

Watermelon — Five-eighths in 1:00'--.. 

Willie Waddell— Half mile in 49‘... 

Worstdale — Half mile iu 51. 



Has been on the 
Has been showing 



Ready to race 



Has all his good 



At his best. 
Looks good aud 



Under a hard 



Show* some 



Has been going 
Shows a little 



Show* plenty 
Has been on 



Weather clear; track fast. 

Iridescence — Three-quarters in 1:18. 

Irish Gentleman — -Three -quartet's iu 1:21. 

Joe lH*ibold — Three-eighths in 37 I* ready. 
Lahore— Halt mile in 55. 

Nightstick. — Half iniie in 50C. 

Nonpareil- Three-quarters iu 1:23. 

Old Ben — Three-quarters in f:164£- 
Pa true he — Three-quarters in 1:18. 

Perth Rock— Half mile in 53. 

Royal Message — Three-quarters in 1:10U.. At her 
best. 

Royal Meteor — Mile in 1:45. Never looked better. 
Semprolus — Three-quarters in 1:19 
Shack let on — Mile in 1:10. 

Strenuous— .Mile iu 1 :54i. Looks 

Susan TU — Three-quarter* In 1:18. l* rendv 

Toy — Three-quarters in 1:17. 

Working lad — Seven-eighth- in I 35. .\t hi* best 

Y'enghee — Half mile iu 53. 



HORSES FROM HALF-MILE TRACKS GETTING 
SHARE OF CONNAUGHT PARK PURSES. 



Zodiac Is Bid Up and Changes Hands After Winning 
Purse for F. J. Pons — Horsemen Hear of a 
New Deal at Charleston. 



Ottawa. Out.. August 28.-— Keen contests were 1 1 1 ♦ • 
order at Connaught Park this afternoon. Close tin 
ishes came with the running of a majority of the 
races and iu several of them, horses from tin* half 
mile tracks were prominent. As a matter of fact, 
the winners of three of the races, Dick Deadwood. 
Montreal and Baron de Kalb, were front the stable* 
of owner* who have been racing at the Montreal and 
Toronto half-milers. 

The program was made up to suit the cheaper 
grade of horses, but the fields were well matched. 
The closest finish of the afternoon came with tin* 
running of the seventh ran*, in which Joe Gaiteu* 
and Baron do Kalb fought it out through the home 
stretch. It was a close thing between the pair at 
the end. 

Zodiac, winner of the third race, changed haiuG 
after his victory. At the Fort Erie meeting Zodiu r 
was claimed from P. M. Civill by Francis J. pons. 
Givill has been boosting aii of the Pons horse* since 
then and. after Zodiae won this afternoon, lie bid 
him up from $800 to $1,100 and secured him at the 
latter figure. 

W. G. Ki ngr Dodd* received a telegram from 
Charleston this morning which contained welcome 
news for ibe horsemen who campaign their stable* 
at the winter meetings. The Charleston Fair ami 
Racing Association directors at a meeting held yes 
terday decided that the management of the plant 
during the coming winter shall be placed iu Un- 
hand* of Fred Auerbach, who will! represent the 
majority of the stockholders, and Santo Sotille. who 
will represent the minority. All of the official* 
will bo appointed or recommended by the Jockey 
Club at New York, which means that an entire new 
staff will be in charge. Application will be made 
for new dates aud an announcement of stake* will 
be made within a few days. It is understood that 
the plans contemplate an open ring and that this de- 
partment will Im* in charge of Mortimer Mahoney . 
Hie manager of the bettiug riugs at most of th<- 
Canadian tracks aud at Pintlico and Norfolk. 

Florence Israel today closed a deal with J. Living 
stou by which the latter will have the service* of 
jockey Kederis during the fail meetings iu Kentucky . 
Kederis will report to trainer Mose Goldblatt at Lex 
iugton and in the eveut of the stable going f** 
Charleston, the lad will probably accompany it 
south. 

Harry White, representing the Maryland State 
Fair Association, was here today in the interest of 
the stake* to la* run at Laurel this fall. He received 
many applications for stalls uud a great number of 
entries to the stakes. 

Sheridan Clarke, secretary of the new track at 
Dorval. near Montreal, was also present. All of 
the prominent stables racing at Connaught Park ltav*- 
asked for stable room at Dorval and the meeting will 
rank in point of importance with any in Canada. 

The meeting of the stewards of tin* Canadian Din- 
ing Associations which was to have been held today 
was deferred until September 7. when the stewards 
will meet in Montreal. It was found impossible 
to secure u quorum just now. 

Richard Jones and a crew of fifteen men left 
for the North Randall track near Cleveland to 
operate the inutucl machines during a race meeting 
to be given in connection with a fair at that |s>int. 

Bookmaker R. A. Kennedy, who im* l*een operat- 
ing at all of the Canadian track*, announced hi* re 
firemen t for the season yesterday. George Rose 
is another layer who lias drop|Hsl oft’ the firing line. 

MARYLAND SEASON AT HAND. 

Baltimore. Md.. August 28. — The opening of Mary- 
land’s fall racing season will take plats* at Timouium 
on September 2. and from that time on there will be 
no let-up until the finish at Pimlico in November. 

Departing from its usual course. Timonium will 
give only running events this season, and a fin** 
program has Imen provided for tin* five days «>f tin- 
fair. It looks as if there would 1** some horses 
of good quality for the meeting. A very respectable 
lot Is already on the ground honing up for the 
opening. 

Ernest Utterback. of Manassas Junction. Ya.. '««> 
one of tin* first to arrive, and ha* his string iu tine 
shape, including Mollie S.. Hedge Rose and Thelma 
J. Three carloads of horses sire mining from Can 
ada. More are coming from Empire City, and it i- 
expected that a detachment will also come from 

Havre de Grace. 

The Havre de Grace meeting will follow tin 

close of Timonium. and if all signs do not fail 
the Harford County people are in for a great 
meetiug. The present outlook is for more horses 
Ilian can be accommodated, although sixty new 

stalls have liecit built this summer. The’ track 

can take care of about 450 horses and a tarn t loo 
more cun lx* stabled outside, but. judging from tin* 
present applications, there will be an overflow Mutt 
will have- to go elsewhere. 

H. G. Bedwell’s string of twenty-two has arrived 
at Havre tie Grace from Canada. Wayne Joplin 
will ship about eight bead, among them Chilton 
King. Moisant and Free Trade. W. It. Carson i- 
eomiug from Fort Erie with Superstition and five 
others. 

Others who will *hip to Maryland at **ue.- i tie hide 
Roy G. Martin, with Miss Edith and John Reardon. 
A. Malone with Carlton G.. YV. P. Fine with Sir 
Blaise. Martin Foley and K. Spence with the fast 
two-year-old Hodge. G. W. Scott will ship seven 
head from Porter. Ind. 

DORVAL TRACK PRACTICALLY COMPLETED. 

.Montreal. Quo.. August 28.— The work of the 
King’s Plater* for that event, scheduled to be run 
during ilm autumn meeting of the Montreal Jockey 
Club. September ♦’* to 13. is daily showing improve 
ment. With the exception of Planover and Song 
Bird, which an* tieing fitted at other tracks, the 
probable starters are now at Blue Bonnets. Plan 
oyer i* being prepare*] for the race by G. K. Tomp- 
kins hi Saratoga, from which point she will In- 
shipped # lo Montreal for her final work-ont. Son- 
Bird is tieing trained at Ottawa by James Bodon. 

The going at Blue Bonnots was never in better 
eonditiou than it is this season. The infield has 
lx^en overhauled and the jump* rebuilt, making ir 
one of the finest courses on the Canadian circuit. 
The main track has been well can** I for ami will lx* 
faster than during the spring meeting held u )S t 
June. The stables have lns*n put in go* *d repair 
and are ready for tlx* reception of the horses Hint 
are to coin*' from Ottawa and Saratoga. 

An added inducement offered for horsemen ship 
ping to Montreal this autumn is that tbev will 
given twelve days of racing here, due to the opening 
of the new Dorval track, within an hour’s walk of 
Blue Bonnets. The now trick will be in excellent 
condition for t lie opening. The soil i* a sandv loam 
The Dorval plant i* practically complete now. only 
tin* finishing touches heiug r«*q uired io rnak** it r, :M 0 
for the five-da *-s meeting which will directly follow 
the Bln** Bonnets nn**-iing and pieced** the closing 
meeting of tit** Cnmidian son son at Woodbine T.T 
route. 




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TELEGRAPHIC FORM. 

The horses which stem l>est in Friday’s races are: 
Connaught Park Ottawa. Ont.. August L\S. 

1 — Old Reliable. Dark Rosaleen, Marion Gaiety. 

2— #-Fathom, Hodge, t’zar Michael. 

3 — Naughty Lad, Tactics. The Gardener. 

4 — Sherwood. Pan Zarota, Yorkville. 

5 — Chemulpo, Yeneta Strome, Spellbound. 

6 — Inlan, Anavri. Tankard. 

7 The Rump. Ralph Lloyd. Sohaller. 

T. K. Lynch. 

Saratoga. N. Y.. August 2*. 

l — Hobnob. Scallywag, Progressive. 

2 — Tranid, Flittergold. Well Known. 

3 — Water Welle*. inspector Lestrade. Swish. 

4 — Plate Glass. Airey, Shackleton. 

5 — Preston Lynn. Old Ron. Flask. 

ft — Queen Sain. Noble Grand, Prospect. 



NOTES OF THE TURF FROM ABROAD. 

J. Brennan, the Stoekbridge owner and trainer, 
is returning to Australia and is taking some dozen 
English bred horses with him for racing in that 
country. 

Leah Kleshna. winner **f the Grand National 
Steeple* base in Australia by four lengths a month 
ago, is going to England shortly to compete in the 
i.lverpoM Grand National of ne\r year. 

Demosthenes; which was reecully sold, is going 
to G. P. Donnelly's stud in New Zealand, and 
should prove an acquisition "down under. ” By Des- 
idoiul out <*f Carlin, he was a g«N*d performer in Eng- 
land and last year covered a few mares, including 
one of his majesty’s. 

In Australia Carbine holds the record in the 
matter of stakes won, his thirty-three victories out 
of forty-three starts bringing in $147,384). Posei- 
don is second with $99,480, and Wakeful third with 
<83,450. Next in order come Prim e Foote. $82,000. 
Newhaven II.. $00,270 and Trafalgar. $65.0S5. 

The Australian Hurdle race was run at Caulfield 
on Saturday. August 2, and resulted in the success 
of Battista, an ag*al gelding, by Carbineer out of 
Pbyl, which beat Clontaft. by Godwin out of Coogee, 
by a length. Wimmera, by Merriwee out of Mos- 
queteire. was third. The winner started at 10 to 1 . 

Five first-class young broodmares by Flying Fox 
and William the Third were sent over from the 
Argentine "San Jacinto’’ Stud to France in order 
to be included in the special Deauville sales to t*e 
held on Tuesday, August 19. These mares are in 
foal (English time* by Cyllene, Y'al d’Or and Your 
Majesty. 

King George's live-year-old, Dorando, by Cyllene 
— Kadcjda » sister t** Persimmon. Diamond Jubilee 
and i'lorizel II.), is in ihe private sale list. Another 
horse that has proved himself useful. Bachelor’s 
Hope, by Trendeonis — Lady Bawn, the property of 
Mr. D. McCalrnont. is also to be disposed of by 
private contract. 

Lord Derby was in good luck Thursday, August 
14 On that day at Keinpton Park be won the St. 
James Stakes with Young Pegasus, Maiden Two- 
Year Old Plate with Gorvma, Bound Course Welter 
Handicap with Willaura and at Red car won tile 
Greai .National Breeders’ Prodm-e Stakes with Light 
Brigade. The St. James Stakes was of tbe net 
value of $6,370 and was the richest of the four 
races. 

Courageous, perhaps the most matured of all our 
t wo-year-olds, siamls fully It'* hands, and is made 
in proportion. Nothing upsets ihe son of Chaucer, 
which, when on his mettle hi a race, stretches 
himself with giant strides. He won the Exeter 
Stakes at Newmarket easily, and in the style of a 
good colt. His win reflects to the brilliancy of The 
Tetrarch, which ran clear away from him at Ascot. 

I .ond * hi Sportsman. 

The outstanding feature of the afternoon’s pro 
-•codings at Ripen August 4. was tbe success of 
HeHieri Robbins in the saddle, lie capturing the 
lirsi lour events, and not having a mount in the 
orlter two races. Robbins, who served his apprentice- 
ship with Hallick, used to have a retainer, with 
Talior, the Epsom trainer, but now rides as a free 
lance, and his four wins were scored for different 
stables. 

It is thought in England that at last a cure has 
l>eeii discovered for horses that are subject to break- 
ing blood vessels. Frank Cundell. of Swindon, has 
successfully i rented a number of horses, and has 
yet to experience a single failure. Red Star, the 
Liverpool winner, and Cinder filly, which won at 
Alexandra Park, have both been under his care. 
Lord Villiers, the owner of Red Star, is highly de 
lighted with the way his horse has l**en din'd of 
his weakness. 

While contesting the Brighton Stakes August 5, 
Mordred, the seeond favorite, broke a fetlock de- 
scending the hill and was destroyed. lie was a 
four-year-old colt by Faria Mor ‘out of ftos.* of 
Jeddah, owned by F. Stern, but had not been seen 
under winning colors since taking ihe March Stakes. 
Newmarket First Spring meeting. Iasi year. This 
race l«*d to liis t*eing hacked to win the Epsom 
Derby with some confidence, hut he could only 
finish thirteenth in the big race. 

After a lingering Uness Mr. Charles Forties Fras 
er has died at Si. Hilda. Melbourne. For many 
years Mr. Fraser was well known in the racing 
world. While living at Malinshurv he raced a 
few useful horses for himself ami Sir William 
Clarke. Mr. Fraser did a good deal of riding as 
an amateur and one of the horses he won on was 
Sued Anchor, which afterwards won the Melbourne 
Cup. When Mr. Ilarrie Smith gave up the sti 
pendiarv stewardship Mr. Fraser was appointed 
and held office for some years. He also a. ted ns 
judge at Flemington 



STATISTICS or MINERAL SPRING# n artm: 



The meeting of the Mineral Springs Jockey Club, 
which opened at Porter, Ind., August 21, came to 
a premature close August 27. consuming only six 
of the fifteen days for which it was scheduled. 
During the six days thirty-six races were decided 
aud $19,300 was distributed in purses, represent- 
ing a daily average of $1,716. In this distribution 
forty nine owners shared, and the following twenty 
seven were winners of $175 and over: 

Owner. 1st. 2d. 3d. Amt. 

Scott. G. W 3 3 0 $875 

Grefer. F. J 2 0 0 800 

Clancy, W. C 3 3 0 ff7r» 

Cooper. J. M 2 2 1 475 

Chapman. R. 1 O 1 * 450 

Kriegei*. A. 0. J 2 2 o 450 

Hickey & Cloher 2 2 0 450 

Beckham. S. A 1 3 4 425 

Hedrick, J. W. 2 1 1 425 

Hbchrcin, J 1 1 l 425 

Robbius, J. T 2 0 n 400 

Wilson. C. S 1 0 l 325 

Hoots. A. W 1 O 0 :500 

Gasser. C. W 1 1 2 275 

Ilopjier. F. M. 1 1 O 225 

Morris, L. M 1 i o 225 

Drexcl Stable 1 0 1 200 

Rogers, R. I. 0 3 2 200 

Watkins. W. A 1 0 1 200 

Flynn. T. W 1 o o 175 

Gatewood. L 1 O 0 175 

Lowenstein. M 1 0 o 175 

McClernand. J 1 o n 17.5 

Parker. J. W 1 0 0 175 

Parker. T. S 1 0 o 175 

Phillips. P 1 0 0 175 

Shobe. L. C 1 0 O 175 



Of sixty-seven horses that were placed the 
log thirty were winners of $175 and over: 
Horse. 1 st. 2d. 3d. 

Fsenpa 2 2 O 

J. il. Houghton l 2 «• 

Stick Pin 1 0 2 

Cloud Chief 2 1 1 

Defy 2 O 0 

Harry Lauder 1 O 0 

Floral Park 1 0 0 

Violet May 2 0 o 

Gemniell 2 0 0 

Satyr 2 0 0 

Wood Dove 1 0 1 

Fseeit 1 0 0 

Mawr Lad 1 1 1 

Dr. R. L. Swarenger 1 1 0 

Little Jane 1 1 0 

Silver Tone 1 1 0 

Osaple 1 0 0 

Arrowshaft 1 0 l 

Loretta Dwyer 1 0 1 

Blister 1 0 0 

Chant iclor 1 0 o 

Cutie B ] 0 0 

Frank Wooden 1 o o 

Galley Slave 1 0 0 

Golden Ramble 1 0 0 

Janiei 1 0 0 

Mack B. Eubanks 1 o 0 

Miss Barn Harbor 1 0 0 

Raquetto 1 O 0 

Stanley H 1 0 0 



RAFT of KOHTFR HOTJ.SVS IN FRANCE 

Particulars of* the sales of thoroughbred* at Dean 
villc. France, are, slow in arriving, bti’ of the sale 
of the Kohler horse* London Sportsman of August 
12. said: 

“At the sale of the late Mr. Kohler's horses on Fri- 
day last at Deauville, the well-known stallion. Uncle 
tb.v Star Shooi, the champion sire in the United 
Staiesi. was bought in at 4.809 sovereigns i$24,«kmi*. 
Several of the yearlings by Uncle, whose stock have 
done well this season in the States, realized g*Hnl 
Mims, one of them going i<» M. Olry-Roederer for 
80o sovereigns <$ 4 .<niOi. this tteing Six tain iby Uncle 
out of Double Six. by Domino, ihe sire of Disguise 
IL i. Novelty, by Kingston out of Curiosity. was 
also lKuigbt in t*»r something over 1.700 sovereigns 
I $8,500 1 . hut the well known Fitz Herbert. by 
Etbelbert. a great |»erformer in the United States, 
was privately bought by Charles Carroll for 2.00<> 
sovereigns t $ 10 , 000 ). 

VANCOUVER FORM CHART. 

VANCOUVER, B. C., August 14. 1913. -Fortieth 
day. Britisli Columbia Thoroughbred Association’s 
Meeting of 67 days. Minoru Patk. Weather 
cloudy. 

Presiding Judge, Thomas J. Wellman. Starter. 
Edward Tribe. Racing Secretary. Robert F. Leighton. 

10549 First Race — 3-4 Mile. Purse $300. 3-year- 

olds and upward. Selling. Net value to winner 

$210: second, $60; third, $30. 

Equiv. Odds 

I nil Wr l.'in 



9945 Sorrowful 110 3-5 Burlingame 10 

10425 Dave Weber 112 4& E McEwen S7 

10488- Isom 112 f> n Cavanaugh 7 

10353 a K at ty Connor 105 ft 1 Moles worth 

10487- La mbertha 112 7 2 * J McBride 19-5 

10425 Josie Lee 108 S Anderson 4 

Time. 24, 48%, 1:14%. Track fast. 

$2 mutuels paid, Tom Murphy. $17.40 straight. 
$11.60 place. $7.00 show: Tom Chapman, $25.00 
place, $ 11.00 show: Sorrowful, $8.60 show. 

Winner Trowbridge & Officer’s hr. g, 5, by Bear- 
cat cher — Seaside (trained by C. W. Officer). 

Start good. Won driving: second and third the 
same. 

Overweights — Hatty Connor, 2 pounds; Josie Lee, 



10550 Second Race — 5-8 Mile. Purse $300. 3-year- 
olds and upward. Selling. Net value to winner 
$210; second, $60; third, $30. 



The saddle honors of the meeting fell to jockey 
Robbins, with Buxton second. The record of the 
jockeys who piloted one or more winners follws: 



Robbins', J 


28 


Buxton 


21 


McIntyre. J. 


. 1 3 


Andress. VV. 




Gross 


.11 


Woods 


11 


Feeney 


. 15 


Hanover. J 


21 


Brady . 


1 


l’raeh 


'3 


Dale 


7 


Bedell 


8 


X iool 


.9 


Van Dusen 


IO 


Grand. C 


11 



Mts. 1 st. 2 d. 



The following jockeys placed, but failed to win: 
Jockei. Mts. 1st. 2d. Sd.Unp. 

Taplin 9 0 1 0 8 

Dominick. J 8 O i i 6 

Barham 3 0 l 0 2 

Mondon 5 0 1 I 3 

Hall. R 4 0 0 l 

Kelsay 1 0 0 1 0 

The following jockeys had mounts to the number 
indicated and rode unplaced in all their starts: 
Jockey. Mts. Jockey. Mts. 



Jockev. 


Mts. 


Jockev. 


Cummings . 


1 


Kohn 




2 


Malone 


Findlay 


2 


Monroe . 


Griffin. E. ... 


1 


O’ Mahoney 


Hen sen 


4 


Pickett 


ITarvov 


1 


^chlessinger 


Jensen 


1 


Shilling. R. 


J ltd son 


0 


Walton 



The record of the trainers who saddled one or 
more winners follows: 



Trainer. 




Wins. 


Trainer. 


Beckham, 


S. A. 


1 


McClernand. J. 


Brewster, 


E. ... 


2 


Morris. G. B. . 


Fbapman. 


B. 


!!’.!! 1 


Parker, J. W 


Clancy. W C. 


. 3 


Bit soli. F 


Cooper, ,T. 


M. . 




Robbins, J. T. 


Gasser. E 


F 


1 


Scott. G. W... 


Green. R. 


R.' . 


2 


Shobe. L. C. . . 


Hatfield. ’ 


r 


... 2 


Trotter. M. 


1 topper. F 


. M. 


1 


Watkins. VV. 


.Tones, J. 


P. 


1 


Webh. H. 


Jones. P. 


II . . . 


1 


Williams. R. 


Linnell. E. 




1 


Wilson. C. S . . 


Mayberry. 


G. ’ . 


2 





The percentage of winning favorites was consider- 
ably above normal, as shown by the following tabu- 
lation : 

Number of days 6 

Number of races 36 

Winning first choices 17 

Winning second choices S 

Winning outsiders 11 

Winning at odds-on 5 

Defeated at odds-on 2 

Percentage of winning favorites 47 



The track records were 
tbe meeting and now are : 
Dist. Horse. A.Wt. 

4 1-2 f M i s s Barn 

Harbor . . .2 115 

5-8 Gemmell . . . .9 1 14 

5 1-2 f Fseeit 6 117 

Satyr 3 110 

3-4 June W. . .6 110 

6 1-2 f Joe Stein ..4 99 

Work. Lad.. 3 105 
7-8 Stick Pin . .5 102 

1 Oznna 6 112 

1 1 10 J. 11. H’tonrt 1*20 

1 t s Wood Dove. 4 105 



NOTES OF THE TURF. 



VANCOUVER FORM CHARI 

VANCOUVER. B. C., August 15. 1913. lorn 
fil'd day. British Coltmibia Thoroughbred Associa- 
tion’s Meeting of 67 days. Minoru Park W>ather 
clear. 

Presiding Judge. Thomas J. Wellman. Starter 
Edward Tribe. Racing Secretary. Robert F. Leighton 

10785 First Race — 5 12 Furlongs. Pursre $300 
year-olds and upward. Selling. Ner Value ,,, win 
iut $ 210 ; second. $60; third. $30 



Horse. 


Wt. 


Fin 


Equiv. Odds 
Jockey. Straight 


Handsome T* 


*d 95 


1 ** 


Mott 


70 i«* 


Salmi 


1 to 


VI 


F Jackson 


5 


T. Chapman 


105 




Gentry 


21-5 


L. Van Zandt 


107 


4J 


O’ Brien 


73-10 


La Taranta 


107 




J McBride 


11-5 


Van Horn 


107 


ftnk 


Molesworth 


24 


Mabel King 


101 


7 s 


Benton 


::4 


Meada 


105 


s-’X 


< ’layer 




Marie Gore 


H *1 


!* 


Hill 


4fi 



lime, tf*. aay 5 , i:u7%. lraca last. 

$2 m it fuels paid. Handsome Ted, $ 16.00 straight. 
$6.40 place. $4.60 show; Salud, $4.80 place. pt 
show; Torn Chapman. $3.60 show. 

Winner — B. J. Bagloy’s cli. g 3. by Sovereign 
Tid (trained by B. J. Bagley). 

Start good. Won easily; second and third driv 
ing. 

Overweights— I.nke Van Zandr. 2 pounds; Mabel 
King. 1; Marie Gore. 3. 

10786 Second Race — 3-4 Mile. Purse $300. 4-vear 
*dds and upward. Selling. Net value to winner 
$210; second. $60; third. $30. 

_ , Equiv. Odds 

Ind. Horse. Wt. Fin. > Jockey. Straight. 



10387" P.londy 


112 


ink 


\\ r Taylor 


10542 . 1 . Henderson 


115 


2 2 


A Martin 


10484 Fort Johnson 


112 


•75 


Molesworth 


10538'Sadie Shapiro 


105 


4C. 


Gentry 


10423 Fire 


112 




Cavanaugh 


10484 Fastoso 


107 


gak 


Benton 


165.34- D. Montg’erv 


112 


72 


McCloskey 


10541 3 Masalo 


112 


8 


W Gargan 







Equiv. 

Fin. Jockey. Strai 


Odds 


Ind. Horse. 


Wt. 


ght . 


10440- Hugh Gray 


112 


l l Burlingame 


8-10 


10529 Maud McKee 


103 


2 s Gentry 


85 


5781 Adena 


110 


3 4 Anderson 


33 


4685 Elsewhere 


110 


4 «k Corey 


35 


5720 Rioja 


107 


5*» McMartin 


6 ft 


10235 Ramsy 


112 


ft 11 R Carter 


33-10 


10442 Capt. LindsleylOl 


7 Benton 


7 


8992 Huber 


107 


Wheeled. Howard 


35 



3d. Unp. P.C. 
4 9 .36 

4 6 .24 



15 .10 

0 1041 



Time, 24%, 48%, 1:01%. Track fast. 

$2 mutuels paid, Hugh Gray. $3.60 straight, $2.80 
place, $2.80 show; Maud McKee, $4.00 place, $ 3.20 
show; Adena, $6.40 show. 

Winner — L. Gladstone’s ch. g. 4, by Bowling 
Green — Erla d’Or (trained by R. H. Harris). 

Start good for all but Huber. Won driving; sec- 
ond and third the same. 

Overweights — Huber, 2 pounds; Capt. Lindslev, 1 . 

10551 Third Race — 4 1-2 Furlongs. Purse $300. 2- 

y ear ohls. Selling. Net value to winner $210: 
second, $60; third, $.‘{ 0 . 



Equiv. Odds 

Wt. Fin. Jockey. Straight. 
101 l 1 Denton 102-10 



Ind. Horse. Wt. Fin. Jockey. 

10485 Virginia S. 101 l 1 Benton 

10485 Cali’nia Jack 108 2 .’. Burlingame 

10107 C. McDougallllO 32 E McEwcn 
10485 -Muy Buena 110 4“ Washear 



Time. 23%, 48. 1:14. Track fast. 

$2 mutuels paid. BLondy. $24.80 straight. $ 9.20 
place. $4.20 show: Judge Henderson. $5.40 place. 
$ 3.20 show; Fort Johnson, $2.60 show. 

Winner— E. Lewis* eh. g, 9. by Ingoldshv— llifalii 
tin (trained by W. Seuitto). 

Start g<*od. Won driving: second and third Ihe 
same. The winner, entered for $200 was hid up i»* 
$305 ami bought in. 

10787 Third Race— 5-8 Mile. Purse $300. 3-year 
olds and upward. Selling. Not value to winner 
$ 210 ; second. $ 6 i»: third. $30. 

, . Equiv. Odds 

Ind. Horse. Wt. Fin. Jockey. Straight. 

10365 Mazurka 101 In Renton 118 W 

10447 Fanapa 110 2« Molesworth 1 

(10414) Dromi 115 V. Battiste 17 

10240 Sallie O'Day 110 4J R Carter t 

10484 Acoiin 105 5* McMartin :t8 

10542 Sprightl.vMiss 103 ft'?. .1 McBride 

10529-Queen Toppv 163 7 Gentrv 7 

Time. 24% 48%, 1:01%. Track fast. 

1 $2 mutuels paid. Mazurka. $25.60 straight. $6.60 

place, $3.60 show: Canapa. $3.40 place. $2.80 show- 
Dromi. $4.80 show. 

Winner — Kentucky Stable’s ch. g, 3. bv Ornament 
— Txveedle Dum (trained by W. H. Fixer*. 

Start good. Won driving: second and third the 
same. 

Overweights — Mazurka, 1 pound. 

10788 Fourth Race— 5-8 Mile. Purse $300 3 

year-olds and upward. Selling. Net value h» win 
ner $210: second. $60: third. $30. 

Equiv. Odds 

Ind. Horse. VVt. Fin. Jockey. Straight. 

10416- Lil I le Jake 106 l u Burlingame i’7 10 
10447 Efficiency 110 2 2 Hill 21 -f* 



Wt. Fin. Jockey. Straight 
106 1<* Burlingame 2 7 1 

110 2= Hill 21- 



| 10541- Mineo Jimmie 112 3* Gentry 



10231 Rimifax 
10420 Leford 
10485 "George 



Molesworth 



106 ft* Gentry 



10441 -Beda 
1 10441 ) Del aney 



4'i W Gargan 
5 Anderson 



Time. 24%. 48%, 54%. Track fast. 

$2 mutuels paid. Virginia S., $22.60 straight. 
$13.20 place, $4.60 show; California Jack. $9.20 
place. $5.00 show; Colonel McDougall, $3.80 show. 

Winner— W. St. Vincent’s blk. f, by Dick Welles 
— Fluvia (trained by W. St. Vincent). 

Sturt good. Won driving: second aud third the 
same. 

s Overweights — California Jack. 2 pounds: Virginia 

10552 Fourth Race — 5 1-2 Furlongs. Purse $300. 

3-year-olds. Selling. Net value to winner $210: 



Ind. Horse. Wt. Fin. Jockey. Straight. 

10363 Ancestors 112 1 % W Gargan 41-10 

10190" Province 109 2 l Corey 5 

10888 Daylight 107 3** Pickens 25 

10442 3 Oldsmobile 109 4J E McEwen 37-10 

(10239) Mercurium 112 5" Cavanaugh 28-5 

(10442) Palatable 112 ft* Battiste 2 

(10088) K. Radford 110 7 Washear 36 

Time, 24, 48%. 1:07%. Track fast. 

$2 mutuels paid. Ancestors. $10.20 straight, $5.20 
place, $4.00 show: Province. $ 5.20 place. $ 5.20 

show; Daylight. $ 6.20 show. 

Winner— W. G. Girvin’s hr. c, 3. by Dr. Leggo— 
Cattle Kate (trained by J. J. Conner). 

Start good. Won driving; second and third the 
same. 

Overweights — King Radford, 1 pound. 

10553 Fifth Race — 1 Mile. Purse $500. 3 -year- 
olds and upward. Selling. Net value to winner 
$350; second. $100: third, $50. 

Equiv. Odds 

Ind. Horse. Wt. Fin. Jockey. Straight. 

( 10392) Ocean QueenlOT Ink j McBride 29-10 



Time. 23%, 47%. 1:00%. Track fast. 

$2 mu tools paid. Little Jake. *7.40 straight. * 1.00 
place, $3.00 show: Efficiency, $5.80 place. $::.ou 

shew: Mince Jimmie. $3.40 show. 

Winner — J. II. Adams’ ch. g. 3, bv Knitsch 
Stella Perkins (trained by S. N. Hextert. 

Start good. Won driving: second and third the 
same. 

Overweights— Little Jake, 1 pound. 

10789 Fifth Race — 7-8 Mile. Selling Handicap. 
Value $500. 3-year-olds and upward. Net value 
to winner $350; seeond. $100; third. $50. 
f . „ Equiv. Odds 

Ind. Horse. VVt. Fin. Jockev. Straight. 

10445" Boh Lynch 112 IP. Gentry 19 -M 





E<i 


uiv. Odds 


10532 King Elk 


108 2 1 


Pickens 


Ik 


VVt. 


Fin. Jockey. 


Straight. 


(10487 )Stebliff 


104 2* 


mri 




112 


1*5 W Gargan 


41-10 


10447 -Laura Clav 


109 4- 


Anderson 


•’3 


109 


2 1 Corey 


5 


10532 John R. Clav 


109 :*3 


Cavanaugh 


ft.*. 


107 


3n»c Pickens 


25 


10155 Mary Ernilv 


107 6 " 


Btirlingamee 


5*1 


109 


45 E McEwen 


37-10 


10533 Eagle Wing 


105 7 s 


Benton 


20 


112 


5“ Cavanaugh 


28-5 


10539 ‘Cool 


110 X 4 


P Jackson 


8 


112 


ft* Battiste 


2 


9801 liadad 


106 9 


Molesworth 


21 


110 


1 Washear 


36 


Time. 23%. 48% 


. 1:13. 1 : 


26%. Track fast. 





mill mis naiu. noil i.vnon. straight .« 4 .(wt 

place. $2.80 show: King Elk. $19.60 place. * 6 . p» 
show: Stelcliff, $3.60 show. 

Winner— J. Randolph’s hr. g. 6 , by Dungnrven 
Queen Lithe drained by J. Randolph). 

Start good. Won easily; second and third driv 
t ing. 

Overweights— .John R. Clay. 2 pounds; Hadnd 2 
Cool, 2. 

10790 Sixth Race— 5 1-2 Furlongs. Purse $300 
year-olds and upward. Selling. Not value to win 
ner $ 210 : second. $60; third. $30 



(10233)Cu Bon 
10446-Balcliff 
10444 John Louis 
( 10356) Gerds 
(10484) Phillistina 



111 22 Corey 

102 32 Benton 

109 4 "k E McEwen 

101 5 l Kent 

100 6 McMartin 



generally reduced during 
as follows: 

Date. Time. 

August 23. 1913. . :54% 
August 23, 1913.. 1:00% 
August 21. 1913. 1 :<>7 
August 22. 1913.. 1:07 
October 21, 1912. 1:13% 
October 17. 1912.1:21 
October 19, 1912.1:21 
August 23. 1913.. 1:27 
October 19. 1912.1:39% 
August 21, * 1913. .1 :47% 
August 26. 1913.. 1:54 



Time. 25, 49. 1:14%. 1:40%. Track fast. 

$2 mutuels paid. Ocean Queen. $7.80 straight. 
$4.00 place. $3.00 show; Cu Bon. $ 5.00 place. $ 4.40 
show; Baleliff, $4.00 show. 

Winner — A. G. Dunlap's b. m. 7. by Cunard — 
Dertha (trained by A. G. Dunlap). 

Start good. Won driving: second and third the 
same. 

Overweights — Phillistina, 2 pounds. 

10554 Sixth Race — 5-8 Mile. Purse $300. 3-year- 
olds and upward. Selling. Net value to winner 
$210; second, $ 00 : third, $30. Equiv. Odds 

Ind. Horse. Wr l-'in .Tnelrev- <n-.ii.rtn 



Ind. 


Horse. 


Wt. 


Equiv. Odds 

Fin. Jockev. Straight 


10534" The Hague 


105 


1 2 Benton 


15-10 


10536 


Blacksheep 


107 


Burlingame 




10198 


Quick Trip 


112 


3* J McBride 


22 


10529 


Darkey 


105 


4 3 Gentry 


14 


10235 


Ferrona 


110 


5 2 F Jackson 


10538 


'Compton 


115 


6 -i Pickens 


28-5 


10448 


Belle Griffon 


107 


7 O’Brien 


20 



Ind. Horse. 
10484 a Ed. Adams 
10541 On Parole 



Wr. Fin. Jockey. Straight. 
112 l«t R Garter 19-1 

112 2 2 Molesworth 24- 



( 10483 )B. of I'quois 110 J 1 ?. W Taylor 

10484 Capt. Druse 112 4*> Gentry 



j nut* . ta- 5 . i:uo. iracK last. 

$2 mutuels paid. The Hague. $5.00 straight, $2.80 
place, $2.60 show: Blacksheep. $2.80 place S 2 sti 

show: Quick Trip, $5.80 show. 

Winner — J. J. Quinlan's ch. m, 5, bv Cactus II - 
Peace (trained by J. J. Quinlan i. 

Start good. Won driving: second and third the 
same. 

Overweights — Belle Griffon, 2 pounds. 

10791 Seventh Race — I 1-2 Furlongs. Purse *300. 
2 year-olds. Allowances. Net value to winner 
$ 210 ; second. $60; third. $30. 

, , , Equiv. Odds 

I' 1 ' 1 - Horse. Wt. Fin. Jockey. Straight 

1 Y^S 6 ". Manganese 112 l 3 Burlingame It to 



10354 Electrowan 110 

10418 2 Azurea 103 

(10542) M. Kennedy 112 



r.-’X Washear 
6 nk j McBride 
7 Burlingame 



ANSWERS TO QUERIES. 



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will not be noticed nor answered. No answers will j 
lie sent by mail and none In wire unless reply pre- 
payment is made at time of wiring query.* 



A. E. D.. St. Louis. Mo. Gunfire is a brown mare, 
foaled in 1889. by Hastings — Royal Gun. by Royai 
Hampton. 

C. E. H.. Steubenville, O. The bet on Crisco was 
a separate straight bet. The bet on Mausolus was 
a place bet and was a draw because there was no 
separate place betting. 

PORTER OWNERS SEEK LEXINGTON STALLS. 

Lexington. Ky., August 28. — Superintendent James 
P. Rots of the Keutucky Association course, was 
flooded this morning \sith telegraphic requests from 
linemen at Mineral Springs for stable room here. 
Request?* were made hy F. A Brewster. Al Luzadet. 
Dwyer Br* s. and J. K. Allen t*»r a total of fifty-nine 
stalls. 

Ro^ says there arc not a dozen boxes available 
and he will advise these horsemen to ship to 
Louisville and take chances on coming hen iu 
the event that some owners for whom stalls have 
already »*e«ti reservist fail to shit* to Lexington. 

E. W. Moore arrived here this mornimr from 
Windsor with sev»*n horse** Louis Tauber shipped 
Spindle In the same car. 



The body of jockey Hall, who was killed by a 
fall at Ilillcrest Tuesday, was forwarded to the 
home of the deceased at Albany, N. Y., for burial. 
Hall was 26 years of age and was survived by a 
willow. 

The stewards of the Jockey Club at a recent meet- 
ing denied the application of C. 11. Shilling for a 
license to ride. Shilling was under a conditional 
contract to J. E. Madden when he made the appli- 
cation. At the same meeting the application of 
Arthur Carter, who was ruled off the turf several 
years ago, for reinstatement, was denied. 

The army horses that are at Saratoga in charge 
of T. F. Cahill and Matt Sharpe will remain there 
until September 8 . when they will be shipped to 
Syracuse, where a race has been arranged for them. 
Cahill will take Highland Chief. Wool Tex. Gilbert 
and Zagg to the New York State Fair meeting, and 
Sharpe will have Kinnelmt. O. K.. Mason and Gold- 
wick under his charge. 

"Don't bo carried away hy any such notions. ” 
said August Belmont to an interviewer who sug- 
gested that his stable would dominate lite Ameri- 
can turf if he brought over the horses lie was 
racing in Englaud. particularly reference being 
had to Tracery. "N<> man can make a corner in 
race horses.” he continued. That's all right for 
the chairman of the Jockey Chib of New York to 
say. hut it is no trouble to find a few gentlemen 
with oxnerience confined to a few days on a race 
o*urse in a year, who can tell him something 
different, no matter what aspect of raciug he 
talks about. — Toronto Globe. 

It is said on excellent authority that Whisk Broom 
II. will n**t l»e seen under colors again. Tb* great 
Broomstick horse with which Harry Bayne Whitney 
won tin Metropolitan, Brooklyn and Suburban Handi- 
caps, a three-cornered triumph never before achieved 
hy an American rare horse, has been in a bad way 
ever since lie fell lame some live weeks ago while 
training for tbe Saratoga Handicap It develops that 
the tendons in one of his legs nr* wrenched beyond 
repair and James Rowe admits that the l»**sl ilis|>o*i 
tion that could |*e made of him would be to ship him 
to the Brookdalc Stud. Mr. Whitney considers 
I Whisk Broom 11. a valuable stud prospect. 



Time, 23%, 48. 1:01. Track fast. 

$2 mutuels paid. Edmond Adams. $5.80 straight, 
$3. <H) place, $3.00 show: On l’arole, $7.00 place, 
$4.00 show; Belle of Iroquois, $4.00 show. 

Winner— J. Day’s h. g, 5, by Russell— Memorial 
(trained by C. Mulhoiland). 

Start straggling. Wou driving: second and third 
the same. The winner, entered for $200, was bid 
up to $405 and bought in. 

10555 Seventh Race — 1 Mile. Purse $300. 3 -year- 
olds and upward. Selling. Net value to winner 
$210; second, $60; third. $30. Equiv. Odds j 



l rid. Horse. Wt 

( 10488)0. W.Kennon 114 
10365- Madeline B. 100 



VVt. Fin. Jockey. 



LuL Horse. VVt. Fin. Jockey. Straight. 

1 91?5I*' ,an??nne?e l 3 Burlingame 11 in 

v 10152) Big Lttmax 112 ,N .1 McBride I.*, 

10486- Paw 112 Molesworth I 

10420 Brighouse 110 4 5 Battiste 14 

Aunt Elsie 107 5 Gentry ::n 

Time. 24 . 48%, 55. Track fast. 

$2 mutuels paid. Manganese $4.2<> straight. *2.80 
place, $ 2.20 show: Big Lumax. $(5.20 place. *2 so 
show; Paw, $ 2.20 show. 

Winner -S. Ambrose’s b. g. hy Lithos — Regea 
(trained hy D. Dennison*. 

Starr bad. Won easily; second and third driving. 

10792 Eighth Race— l Mile and 70 Yanis. Purse 
$300. 4 -year-olds anil upward. Sidling. Net 

value to winner $ 210 ; second. $60; third. 850 . 

, , Equiv. Odds 

Ind. Horse. Wt. Fin. Jockev. Straight 

10192 3 Abound 102 l 4 Gentrv* ftl-in 



114 


l 4 


Cavanaugh 


50-10 


10192- 1 Iannis 


109 


2» Forsyth 


.‘•i-io 


100 


o u 


Gentry 


3-2 


10534 Otdivion 


109 


32 Molesworth 


11 5 


104 


3 4 


Claver 


49 


10488 Shawnee 


107 


4 1 * R Carter 


26-5 


105 


4U 


McMartin 


S 


10531 Sinn Feinn 


112 


5*-’i Pickens 


14 


107 


5 nk 


Benton 


4ft 


10549 Dave VWher 


10,3 


ft'i J McBride 


13 


114 


6® 


Corey 


2| 


10426 I.**nia 


107 


7 1 Burlingame 


31 


108 


7 5 


Burlingame 


12 


10488 Tony Koch 


109 


x Cavanaugh 


73-10 


11.107 


8 


J McBride 


24 


Time. 24 48%, 1: 


CO 


:4Q%. 1:44 4 „ Track 


fast. 



10418 Wiltrude S. 107 Benton 46 

10137 Flying 114 6 « Corey 

10230 Lehigh 108 7 3 Burlingame 12 

10487 W’dsworth 11.107 8 J McBride 24 

Time. 24, 48%, 1:14%, 1:40%. Track fast. 

$2 mutuels paid. C. W. Kennon. $12.00 straight, 
$4.40 place, $4.00 show; Madeline B., $3.20 place, 
$2.80 show; Ocean Shore. $7.20 show. 

Winner — W. A. McKinney’s b. g. 6 , by Dick 
Welles — Nearest (trained by W. A. McKinney). 

Start g<»od. Won easily; second and third driving. 

Overweights — Lehigh. 1 pound. 



$2 mutuels paid. Abound. $14.20 straight. $6 40 
place, $3.40 show; Hanoi* $ 6 . on place $5.20 sh.*u 
OhMvion. $2.80 show. 

VV inner— Pontius & Boland’s h. g. 5 . bv Galore — 
Satisfy i trained by J. Behind). 

Start good. Won easily: second and third driv- 
ing. 

Overivoighfs — Dave Weber, 1 pound. 



CONNAUGHT PARK FORM CHART. 

OTTAWA. ONT.. THURSDAY. AUGUST 28. 1913. -Second *Ui\ taught l\*trlTj.M*k.^Tl^hr’’FiiTl’ Mm*t' 

mg of i days. (25 Itooks «*u. i Weather clear. 



Piv^idi ng Judge, Joseph J, Burke. Starter, A. B. Page. Racing S e cre ta ry, a. R. Lotion 

iL- M-j ult starts ;* i 2 :3o p. m. (Chicago time 1:89 p. a,), * Indicates apprentice allowance. 

1 07 7 9 FIRST RACE— 3-4 Mile. (9140— 1 : 14 %— 3—103. t $500 added. 

JL \ r I 4 ward. Sealing. NVt value to winner $430; second. $75. third. $50 



1 (\ r 7 r 7^ FIRST RACE— 3-4 

X U I j ward. Se'ling. 

1ml Horse* A Wt PP 

( 10682 > D. DEAD WOOD ws 3 110 s 
10595 “MISS JONAH wb 107 ft 
9000 TOM HOLLAND. wTIWIl 
10609 FAIRCHILD wfi 4 114 

9902 3 QF I N< 'Y BELLE w :> 1<*7 7 
10659 P’TAR LIXGTOX w n *. 1«t 

1 0659* FI EL wn 3 107 

10510 UFFCSTION MARK w X 114 4 

10565 BRYNAVLV ws 3 106J 2 

10749 BURN 1* YLIGHTws t 114* 9 

7578 BEACH SAND u f, 117 1 

Time, 



e 1:30 p. nt.). *Indicates apprentice allowance. 

( 91 40 — 1:14 V;, — 3 — 1 03. ) $500 added. 3-year < 

vahu* to winntT $430; secon d , $75; third, $5o. 

:, i Str Fin Jockeys Owners < * { 

F •:» 35 l 1 War’ ton Mrs W H Prey 4 ft 

ji* 53 _h» •_*= e Scharf J W Hedrick :: :: 

v- F. ;;h Dennier N B Davis :; 3 

t* 4 2 <’ Peak J F Kellv 20 2 

’ 1 1|* 1 * :*§ H Phillips J Griffin 20 3 

0 7- <! 3 ft* E Carter W Walker :*'> ft 

11 10' X - 75 D Connelly A R Brevier 15 2 

10 1 9?. 7J 8 3 Obert Miss E A Tyson ft 1 

:*’. s* 9. 1 . 9 * 1 F’broth'r X K Beal ft ft 

ft : ft 1 t«t- i*>' Lounsh’y VY J Mclllmurm v!5 1 
• h 1 1 11 H Williams C T Halsev 2 ** *; 

^9 4 i . 1:16%. Track slow. 




* 



FRIDAY. AUGUST 29. 1913. 



DAILY RACING FORM. 



V\ inuer B. fiy Hick Welles — Outwui (trained bv W. H. Freyi* 
"•lit lo I at 2:42 At nost 1 iiiinnt<> Smrt Jhu W. 



J 'iJ!, [ 'i'* 1 uiiuute. Start good aud slow. Wou easily : second auil third driving. 

, , h j " )u close pursuit of the pacemakers for tile Hist ball' and. rospoudiug with a rush 

wi<-n calHVt on. easily disused of his opposition in th» last sixteenth. MISS JONAH was a forward eon 
i'>nder all the way. l.ut tired after d is lading of Ql INCY BELLE. TOM HOLLAND finished fast and out 
-tryed lAIKcHILD for third place. The latter ran well to the stretch and tired. QUINCY BELLE set 
tl. pace to the last eighth and quit. BRYN A VIA was off in a tangle and was pulled up. 
overweights -Brynavia. 14 pounds. 



AWtPPSt % 

n I0« •».» WHITE HEAT w 4 102 6 6 5* 2* 2 s 1 

»*&* 1 A>1{ I » LADAS wb 4 104 3 5 M 1 1 1 1 - l’ ! 

H»6«K MANDY ZANE w 4 104 J 4 7 7* 6' 4* 3 

( 92 10)SYOSSET wb 3 100 2 I tint ♦;•; 4 

10025 FA DOODLE wb 3 100 5 2 2?. 4i f»- fe 

5)0 HO GERT. MALONEYwii 4 107 1 4 l 2 3?. 3“ 6' 

1O0I4 I RS’ LA T’MPSONwb 3 08 7 s X 8 8 7: 

PHHI OLD HANK wb 4 104 S :: 4> 7 2 7 2 8 

Time. 24%, 49%. 1:16% 



Mile. <5il4o — 1:14% — — R6*. ) Purse $5 <m*. .‘1-year-olds and up 

Allowances. Net value to winner $375: second. $75; third. $50. 



4 Str Fin Jockeys Owners O H C P S 

!' 2- 1*5 Kedcrls VV Walker 1 -213-2013- 201-3out 

1 j- L * 2 D Connelly D Raymond 7 7 4 8-5 3-5 

i 1 4' 3* Obert .1 F Kelly :t0 50 50 10 4 

6* 4 l .1 Callahan M Le.grow s S s 2 

>» 5 s 5* II Gray E .1 McGraw 6 :< 9 25 

»i :{h o* 1 Williams O A Tacot 20 20 20 0 

• S 7i H Phillips Do’rhoeferA-West 20 25 25 7 

2 7 2 s Dennler G P Sherman 20 20 20 0 

. 1:16%. Track slow. 



Winner- B. f. by Hastings — White Thom (trained by W. Walker). 

"V'i 1 to l** 1 at At I*** 81 - tuinutes. Start good and slow. Won easily: second and third driv- 

ing " HITE HEAT was oft slowly, bur worked her way up on the outside and. joining the leaders with a 
rush while rounding the far turn, easily disposed of LORI) LADAS in the last slxieenth. The latter 
d-ohed to the front oil the stretch turn and opened a clear lead, but tired badly near the end. MANDY 
ZANE steadily improved her positiou. SY OSSET was repeatedly pulled up and his race should be thrown 
cut. FA DOODLE and GERTRUDE MALONEY showed speed, hut tired. 

Overweights — Mandy Zane, 2$ pounds. 



1 / V 7 f7 i THIRD RACE— 5 1-2 Furlongs. (9117 — 1:07% — 6 — 106. ) Purs* 
X 17 I I 7T Selling. Net value to winner $375: sec*. mi. .$75: third. $50. 



se $500. 2-year-olds. 



1 1062 3) ZODIAC 



AWtPPSt % % % Str Kin Jockeys 



O II C P 



10627 LOUISE TRAVERS w 103 5 3 

< I0703)NANCY ORME w 110 1 4 

< 10307 )STEYESTA w 110 3 6 

1)899 PARCEL POST W 103 2 5 

•FORT MONROE w 96 7 7 



2 1 lot 1* W W T’ lor Tennessee Stable 2 



♦P 4i 5 5 2 h H Gray T F Ryan 

I 4 \h 2 l 3J F Adams C L Appleton 

41 5 l 35 4 h Obert .1 F Kelly 

•jnu n 1 4>‘ 5* Kederis .1 O Milliner 

64 6* 8 6 8 6 3 Snyder J S Tyree 

7 7 7 7 J CallalianB V Gomery 



10775 


FOURTH 

ward. 

$50. 


RACE— 1 Mile. (9054— 1 :41%— 6— 1 10.) 

Fillies and Mares. Selling. Net value 


Purse $500. 
to winner $375: 


3-year-olds 
second. $7! 


and up- 
5: third. 


ln<l Horses 




AWtPPSt *4 % % Str Fin Jockeys 


Owners 


O H C 


P S 



10589* RIG DIPPER w3 09 5 2 1*J 1*J 2* 2- 2 4 H Gray E J McGraw 4 4 4 3-2 7-10 

7 74 1 CLIFF TOP w 4 111 2 6 2- 24 3 2 3 s 3* Wills C Phillips 20 50 50 15 6 

10750 HENRIETTA W. w 4 111 0 5 3b 4> 4' 4*»k 4* War’ton H Warner 20 20 15 6 3 

1 0344 ‘URSULA EMMA wb 4 110 7 4 5 2 5 s 55 6= 3* H Phillips D’erhoefer&West 10 12 12 5 2 

8 5*64 * ELLA GRANE w3 99 S 3 6- 65 65 5 2 6* Dennler N B Davis 6 10 10 4 8-5 

10328 s *M ICCOSUKEE w 3 108 4 7 7* 7 s 7 3 7« 7 8 W W T'lorJ S Hendrie 5 5 5 S-5 7-10 

8570 AUSTER w 3 97 1 8 8 8 S 8 S J CallahanJ S Flynn 20 20 15 6 3 

Time. 25, 50%. 1:16%. 1:48%. Track slow. 

Winner — Ch. ui, by lieu Strotne — Korea t trained by W. Livingston ». 

Went to posi at 4:0<). At post 3 minutes. Start good and slow. Won handily: second and third driv- 

ii. CHEMULPO worked her way to the leaders while rounding the far turn and. finishing gamely, won 

away. BIG DIPPER was sent to the front on the baekstretch. but tired and gave way when the 
winner challenged. CLIFF TOP was a forward contender all the way. AUSTER was pulled up on the 
lirsj turn. HENRIETTA W. ran fairly well. MICCOSUKEK ran a bad race. 

1 FIFTH RACE— 5-8 Mile. (9078— 1:02%— 2— 103.) $400 added. 2-year-olds. Maidens. 

X * " I I U Allowances. Net value to winner $400: second. $00: third. $40. 



1 034 4 * U RSI* LA EM M A WB 4 lit) 7 

8904 * ELLA GRANE w 3 99 8 

10328 s *.M ICCOSUKEE w 3 108 4 

8579 AUSTER w 3 97 1 



2 4 H Gray E J McGraw 4 4 4 3-2 7-10 

3 2 Wills C Phillips 20 50 50 15 6 

4' War’ton H Warner 20 20 15 6 3 

5 l H Phillips D’erhoefer&West 10 12 12 5 2 

6 1 Dennler N B Davis 6 10 10 4 8-5 

T 8 W W T’lorJ S Hendrie 5 5 5 8-5 7-H 

S J CallahanJ S Flynn 20 20 15 6 3 



in d 


Horses 


A Wt 


IT 


*st 


% % 




Str Fin 


Jockeys 


Owners 


O 


H 


C 


P S 


9130 


1 MONTREAL 


w 112 


8 


6 


3* 


1*5 


I 1 ?, 


1* 


C Peak 


E L Fitzgerald 


4 


4 


4 


8-5 4-5 


1064 » 


a PRIVATE CHEER 


w 106 


2 


5 


6* 


5 2 


35 


2n 


F Adams 


E Johnson 


20 


20 


10 


4 2 


!)H 7 il 


3 KETTLEDRUM 


w* 111 


7 


2 


ink 


3* 


2* 


;‘nk 


Snyder 


J S Tyree 




5 


5 




J0323 


OUR M A BELLE 


wb 107 


5 


7 


4h 


4h 


4* 


4 2 


Watts 


W Martin 


::o 


40 


40 


10 5 


102 73 


BEST BE 


w 105 




!♦ 


7S 


6X 


6 2 


r* 3 


Kederis 


J F Newman 


4 


6 


6 


2 1 


10 ft *.6 


GOOD WILL 


WB 10S 


J 


1 


2 h 


q 


5 2 




War’ton 


J A Thomson 




30 


30 


12 6 


1062 7 


KING COTTON 


w 10S 


1 


A 


9 


8* 


X 2 


72 


H Gray 


G M Hendrie 


8 


8 


S 




10593 


KJLDAY 


w 108 


4 




6 h 


7» 


Tl‘ 

* J 


8 2 


W W T’lorT P Hayes 


2* 


16- 


,,16-06- 5 3-5 


10493 


BAST ANTE 


w 105 


6 


8 


8 3 


9 ” 


9 


9 


D Connelly J Gibson 


20 


30 


30 


15 4 



Time. 24%. 49%. 1:03%. Track slow. 

" inner — It. f. by Aibula er Hinsdale — Quebec (trained by E. L. Fitzgerald). 

Went to )<ost at 4:30. At post •*: minutes. Start good and slow. Won driving: second and third the 
►Hiiie. MONTREAL lagan slowly, but moved up with a rush on the outside and, taking the lead, hung on 
resolutely through the final drive. PRIVATE CHEER made up ground all the w’ay and outstayed KET- 
TLEDRUM f<»r second place in the tinal struggle. The latter made a wide turn when entering the home 
stretch and lost ground. REST BE, a slow beginner, finished fast. OUR M A BELLE ran w ell. 

Scratched— 7574 Salvador.*!. 105. 

Overweights — Our Mahellc. 2 pounds. 



1 H7 7 7 SIXTH ItACE— 1 1-16 Miles. (9063— 1:48% -5— 112.) Purse $500. 3-year 
X U III ward. S<dhng. Net value to winner $375: seeoud. $75: third. $50. 



AWtPPSt % % 


% ^tr Fin 


Jockeys owners O 


11 


C 


r 


S 


wn 6 109 1 1 1* 1* 


1= 1* 


1* 


I) ConnellyJ Boden 4 


6 


4 




4-5 


w*B 4 110 4 6 5> i\ 


2 2 2 2 


2 3 


Kederis W Walker 2J 


13- 


-513-51 


1-2 


WB 3 107 4 4 1 3b 


5 s 3 4 


a 


Watts W Martin 3 


4 


4 


7-5 


%.*i 


w r B 3 9ft 3 2 3* 5 4 


4b 4* 


4.\ 


W W T'lorP M Civill 6 


6 


18-57-5 


3-5 


w 4 10S 2 3 7 7 


6’ 7 




Lounsb’y J W Burttschell 15 


IS 


15 6 


-l 


WB 8 106 6 7 6 3 6 4 


7 61 




F Adams W G King-DoddsX 


i5 


15 


6 


-2 


W B 3 100 7 5 2*1 2J 

Time. 24%, 49%. 


jak 5J 

1:16, 


7 K Scharf J W Hedriek 12 

1:49%. Track slow. 


25 


25 8 


4 



10595 DYNAMITE 
■^0399 *C( HIS 
▼10659 - ‘GERHARD 
10658 LOVE DAY 
1 0629 WOO DC R A FT 



Winner — Ch. li, by Sir Hercules — Ravolette (trained by J. Boden). 

Went to post at 4:58. At |>ost 1 minute. Start good and slow. Won ridden out: second and third 
driving. CHESTER KRl'M went into the lead at once and won all the way. hut had to be ridden out. 
DYNAMITE made a threatening challenge oil the stretch turn ami appeared likely to win. but tired in 
the final drive. COGS ran pr minently all the way. but was tiring at the tiuish. GERRARD finished 
gamely ami close up. EARL OF SAVOY quit after beiug a forward contender to the stretch. * f 

Scratched — (9749) Yorkshire Boy. 113. 



10778 



10223 BARON DE KALB w 3 107 
IO3I0 JOE GAITENS w 7 114 
19343 su.XG < IF ROCKS w 6 112 
1 034 4 2 PIERRE DUMAS wh 4 114 



SEVENTH RACK— 3-4 Mile. <9140— 1 : 14 %— 3—103. ) $500 added. 3-year-oMs and 

upward. Selling. Net value to winner $435: second. $75: third. $50. 

AWtPPSt % \' 2 % Str Fin Jockeys Owners O H C I 3 S 

: KALB w 3 107 8 5 3 2 Ink ij ]h c Peak Do’rhoefer&West 8 12 12 5 2 



< 10290 iLETOURXO 
J 0 1 80* V. POWERS 

1 0 56 7 s * BOBBY’ COO K 

< J 0343) CAMEL 
10 163 MOISANT 



w 7 114 2 2 2?. 2 2 2- 2 l F Adams J Larkin 

w 5 112 7 4 4- 4t» 3 1 J CallahanJ H Lamb 

wb 4 114 :: 9 70 7 h 4* 4* Loun.sb’y J T West 

wb 4 117 9 8 6* 5J 5 2 5 s War'ton H Warner 

wb 5 109 5 •; 9 9 9 6 2 Snyder J L Adams 

WB 7 109 4 3 51* S' 8| 7' W W T* lor Keith & Spence 

wb 7 117 6 7 8* 6i 6 l 8 l Skirvin J H McCarren 

WB 4 112 l 1 U :;h 7* 9 Obert S Sotille 



10 15 15 6 3 

6 8_ 6_ 2 1 

1 o _’•) 2ii $ 4 

15 25 25 8 4 

8 10 10 4 2 

4 6 6 2 1 

6 10 10 3 8-5 

24 2| 7-5 3-5 1-4 



Time. 24%, 49%. 1:16%. Track slow. 

Winner — Ch. g. by Ort Wells — Katie Havlin (trained by P. M. West). 

Went t<* post at 5:24. At post 4 minutes. Start good and slow. Won driving: second and third the 
same. BARON DE KALB moved up with a rush on the outside while rounding the far turn and took the 
lead, but tired ami just lasted long enough to outstay JOE GAITENS. The latter after seeming (»► tire. 
• Mine again and would have won in another stride. SONG OF ROCKS ran well, but also tired and just 
la-Vd long enough to save third place. PIERRE DUMAS closed a gap and finished fast. MOISANT was 
.••way well, but quit badly after setting the pace briefly. 

Scratched — !*fH>4 Toison d’Or. 114: ( RM378) Delicious. 105. 



fully extended. DONALD MACDONALD ran well, but was not hard ridden when bis rider saw he could 
Uc< caieh the winner. COLONEL COOK moved up last on the far turn, but could not reach the leader- 
JOE DEIBOLD ran into a pocket on the baekstretch and was shut off on the far turn. BLACKFORD ran 
i*ooilv throughout. 

Scratched— 6X59 Feather Duster. 98; luQ.’ld Volthurue. lob; 10129 G. M. Miller, los 
TTvtqo I’ Ol RT H RACE — 3-4 Mile. (84338 — 1:11% — 4- — lit.) $500 added. All Ag**v 



Ind Horses 




A Wt PPSt 


V % % 


Str Fin 


Jockeys 




Owners <> 


H 


C 


P S 


< 10568 1 1 SI ROSE 


w 


4 


103 


2 


6 


1* 15 


1% U 


J McCa be 


liurrieana Stabl**lft 


1ft 


7 


2 h 7-.’, 


9446 STAR JASMINE 


w 


4 


105 


1 


3 


r,h 4* 


43 **h 


E Martin 


T 


C McDowell 20 




20 


8 t 


10519 -LEOCHARES 


w 


3 


111 


5 


!l 


9% 6‘ 


3* 3 s 


Butwell 


j 


W Schorr 6 


8 




2 1 


10568 SPRING BOARD 


WSB 


4 


112 


10 


1 


2 b 3$ 


2 s 4* 


T Davies 


E 


B Cassatt 3 


4 


13-51 1-3 


10670 RE I .AMOUR 


VV 


4 


97 


3 


7 


\h 8*2 


x* :.h 


Ambrose 


A 


Belmont 1ft 


12 


10 


4 2 


1 043» HESTER PRY NN Ew 


3 


9S 


6 


2 


7 2 5* 


6* 6 h 


Karrick 


It 


T Wilson 7 


12 


10 


4 2 


9640 AZY’IADE 


w 


4 


M3 


4 


4 


3b 72 


7* 7 4 


Brady 


H 


C Hallenbeck l<) 


12 


12 




< 10247 ) KNIGHTS DIKE 


Rw 


4 


119 


7 


S 


6nk jp* 


9-' s- 


G Burns 


R 


Davies l 


5 




2 


10670 2 SOSIUS 


WB 


2 


92 


9 


1*) 


1ft 1ft ‘ 


10 9*5 


J McTag'rtJ 


Livingston 1ft 


15 


15 


6 3 


10472 HAWTHORN • 


m 


3 


122 


8 


5 


4* 3 s 


5* 1ft 


I^oftus 


C 


F Buschemeyer4 




5 


2 1 



2 2 9-5 7-101-3 

3 3 3 6-5 3-5 

4 8 8 3 6-5 

4558-5 7-10 
4 6 6 2 4-5 

20 60 60 15 6 

30 WO 100 30 10 



Time, 12%. 23%. 35%. 47%, 1:1*%. Track fast. 

"inner — Br. f. by lsidor — Rock Rose (trained by E. J. Albright). 

"ent to post at 4:05. At post 2 minutes. Start good and slow. W011 driving: second and tbird the 
same. F SI ROSE dashed to the front right after the start and. standing a hard stretch drive gamely, won 
in a closely contested finish. STAR JASMINE was knocked back several times in going to th** strelch. 
then ran into a pocket next to the rail and could not get out until in the last sixteenth and finished with :t 
ruGi. LEOUHARES closed a big gap from a i>oor beginning. SPRING BOARD was a dos»- contender to 
Hie last eighth, where he was buuqied by LEOCHARES and lost ground. BELAMOUK closed a big gap 
and finished fast. KNIGHTS DIFFER showed a flash of speed, then drop|>cd back. HAWTHORN quit 
badly after going a good half mile. SOSIUS had no chance at the start. HESTER PRYNNE and AZY 
1ADE finished well. 

Scratched — 10755 Flying Fairy. 109: 1 1<»697 > Water Welles. IOO: 10368-Genesta. 95: 10755 Lady Light 
t ing. 105: 0418 Sent ptolus, 115; 1Q50S Housemaid, loti; 1<>472 Guy F isher. 109; sspq Sand Vale. 99. 

^ FIFTH RACE — 1 Mile. (91561 — 1:37% — 3 — 119.) $400 added. 4 year-olds and up 

-X. w I Q O ward. Selling. Ne t value to winner $420; second. $70: third. $30. 



RIP VAN WINKLE w 107 6 1 7 7 7 7 J CallalianB V Gomery 30 MO 100 30 10 

Time. 24%. 50, 1:09%. Track slow. 

"inner — Ch. g. by Star Shoot — Lady Vincent (trained by E. Trotter 1. 

Went to jHtst at 3:35. At post 1 minute. Start gi>o<! and slow. Won eunteriug: second and third driv- 
inv ZODIAC, under slight restraint, followed the pacemakers to the stretch turn, where he moved up 
quickly and, shaking the leaders off. drew away in a canter in the last eighth. LOUISE TRAVERS had a 
i< ugh race and went to her kr.ees at the eighth post, but came last again in the last twenty cards. 
'« t Nt’Y ORME Showed (he most early speed and tired badly in the stretch. STE VESTA and PARCEL 
• ,0 * S T ran well. RIP VAN WINKLE was tmlled up at the start. The winner, entered for $N0(>. was bid 
up to $1,100 and sold to p. M. Civill. 



Ind Horses AWtPPSt 1 

10701 DR. DUENNER w 5 117 3 3 2 

10305 LAD OF L’NGDEN w 9 105 6 4 3h 3 1 3J 2*4 2 2 J McCabe R E Watkins 8 15 15 5 2 

10840 STE N TOR wb 4 111 4 6 6 4«w 4%. 3*4 3- T McTag’tT F Sheedv 2 2 8-5 l-‘ l out 

1 0607 2 ‘INFERNO QUEENw 6 9S 2 2 4A 2* 2*4 4 s 4 4 Hytle W Turner 30 40 20 6 2 

10636 YOLTHORPE w 5 10S t l l«k ♦; 52 52 54 Ambrose F E Brown 10 15 15 5 2 

10636 3 LABOLD w r B 5 108 5 5 5 s 5 3 6 6 6 T Davies H Bcnxinger 4 4 4 i • 5 

Time. 13, 25%. 37%. 49%, 1:02. 1:15. 1:40%. Track fast. 

"inner — Ch. g. by Prince of Melbourne — Rossair (trained by W. Brooksi. 

Went to post at 4:32. At post 4 minutes. Start good and slow. Won easily; second and third driv 
ing. DR. DUENNER went into the lead when entering the baekstretch and. while raeing under a strong 
pull, ran away from the others In the stretch. LAD OF LANGDEN ran forward lv and ganielv and held 
the others safe for second plaee. S TEN TOR begun slowly, but gradually improved his position. INFEltNo 
QUEEN slipped through next to the rail while going up the baekstretch and showed a good turn <>f sped 
but was pinched off on the far turn and dropped hack in the stretch. LABOLD was shuffled buck at tin- 
end of the first quarter and then dropped back to last. 

Scratched— 10753-Beaucoup. Ill; 10701 Fred Mulholland. 108 : 6859 Feather Duster. 106: 10701 Napier 
los: 10640 Dartworth, 100; 10753 Sir Denrah, IQS. 

1 A7ft/1 SIXTH RACE— 3-4 Mile. (84338 — 1:11% — 4 — 1 14. ) $400 added. 2-year-ol<ls. M^Tdeiis. 
X V/ I O Special Weights. Net value to winner $410: second. $70: third. $30. 



% % % Str Fin Jockeys Owners 

2* l 1 I s l 4 l 10 But w ell S Ross 

3h 3 1 34 2*4 2 2 .T McCabe R E Watkins 

6 4nk 4*4 3% 3 2 T McTag’tT F Sheedv 

4A 2* 2*4 4 3 4 4 Hy<ie W Turner 

l ,,k 6 5 2 6 s 5* Ambrose F E Brown 

5 3 5 2 6 6 6 T Davies H Benzinger 



o II C P s 

7-5 9-5 8-5 1-2 out 
8 15 15 5 2 

2 2 8-5 1-2 out 

30 40 20 6 2 

10 15 15 5 2 

4441 2-5 



Ind Horses AWtPPSt *4 

10641 FORUM ws 109 2 f> 

10675 ARMAMENT wb 106 9 l 

10728 2 MISS CAVANAGH wsB 103 5 7 
10518 CLIFF FT ELD w 106 1ft 3 

10641 SCRAPPER wb 106 1 4 

10641 AMAZEMENT wb 106 3 10 

10306 DISPARITY 103 8 2 

10728 HIGH PRIEST wr 103 4 8 

10285 STARS AND ST'PES w 100 7 6 
10521 WATER LAD wb 106 6 9 

Time. 13. 24% 



% Str Fin Jockeys 
1* 1* 1*4 Borel 
I 2 4* 24 Butwell 



1*4 Borel H P Whitney 9 

24 Butwell H J Morris .V 

34 Campbell W Lakeland 5 
t 3 E Martin HurricanaStable 8 
5k T Davies B B Cassatt 1< 
6t» P Moody R Davies h 

7 2 Karrick Broad HollawSta S 
8* Johnson R Parr 3< 

9*« Brady J E Madden 1< 



8 2 8*4 9* 9*° 7 2 Karrick BroadHollaw 

4 8 9 4 6* 6* 8* Johnson R Parr 

7 6 64 8* 8J 9*« Brady J E Madden 

6 9 1ft 10 1ft 10 J McTag’rtR F Carman 

13. 24%, 36%, 49. 1:15%. Track fast. 



O H C P 8 

9-201-2 1-3 out 
50 100 50 15 8 

5 7 6 6-5 2 

8 S 7 7-5 1 

10 20 20 6 2 

10 20 20 6 2 

S 10 10 3 1 

30 60 50 15 <; 

10 15 15 1 7 

20 25 20 6 2 



Winner — Ch. c, by Voter — Harpsichord (trained by James Rowe). 

Went to post at 5:07. At post 3 minutes. Start fair and slow. Won easily; second and (bird dm 
ing. FORUM went into the lead at the end of the first quarter and had to he hard ridden in the -trrtcli 
but finally won going away. ARMAMENT boat tin* gate, but dropped back, then caiue fast through th.- 
stretch. MISS CAVANAGH began slowly aud finished fast under a weak ride. CLIFF FIELD made a 
challenge in the stretch, but tired just when appearing to have a winning chance. SCRAPPER tired 
AMAZEMENT had tin* worst of the start and made up much ground in the last quarter. 

Scratched— 10702 Monstone. 103. 

Overweights — Forum, 3 pounds. 

Saratoga Cotries and Past Performances for Friday, August 29. 

WEATHER CLOUDY. TRACK FAST. 



Racing starts at 2:30 p. nt. (Chicago time, 1:30.> 
X Runs well in mud. ©Superior tnud runuer. 
(Mi maideus. ‘Apprentice allowance. 

First Rare — 3-4 Mile. 

3-.veav-olds. Selling. 

1 Tra ek record : 84338— 1 : 1 1 % — 4 - 1 14. 1 
Ind. Horse. Wf. Rec. A.Wt.Han. j 

10473 Dorlou 114 1 :17%h 106. .725 



Fourth Race— 1 Mile. 

3-year olds aud upward. Handu 
Track record: 91561— 1 :37%— 3— 
Horse. Wt. Rec. 



-olds aud up- I 



Hobnob . . . 
Scallywag . 

Luria 

Afterglow 

Progressive 

Tritier 

Briar Path 
Sand Vale . 
Bat rery 



.114 l:17%h 
.111 1 :13% 
.106 1:13% 

.108 1:13% 
.103 1:12% 
.101 1:13% 
.107 1:13% 

. 97 1:13% 
.106 1:15 
.105 1:15 



106. . 725 

116. . 720 
101X715 

96. .715 
86 715 
108X710 
165. 71 0 
107X705 
109 X 705 
101 x 700 



Horse. 

i) 2 Plate Glass 
2 Spring Board 

5 Shackle ton 

Pt Barnegat 
9 Tartar .... 

5 Mission .... 

5 Coy La<l . . . 

9 G. M. Millet 
4v Cliff Edge . 
) 2 $ Hedge 



.117 1:38% 
.164 1:40% 
.112 1:38% 
. .113 1 :39-- 
. . 9$ 1 :40 
. . 99 1 ::r» 

. 1 0s 'l :3.8« -. 
.122 1:38% 
.100 1:37% 

. . 102 1 :3S% 



Second Race — 5 1-2 Furlongs. 

2-vear-olds. Handicap. 



Strenuous 
A i nt 



Callaway . 106^ 1 :37 4 

5 96 1:39%, 

100 1:40 



• Track record : 76367 — 1 :OG% — 2 — 1 12. ) 

ilOOoiD SURPRISING 109 1:06 h 122.. 750 

(1045O) Gracilla 106 1:06%, 113.. 745 

(16621) Tran id 165 1:08 166.. 740 

(10641) Bruinley 108 1:08% 103. .740 

10754 Flitterg«*hl 113 1:06% 117x749 

10602 Uncle Mun 110 1:06% 108. .735 

10450t Florin 110 1:07 107. .735 

<lo: '.26 1 The Usher 109 1:07% 107x735 

10602 s ? Ralph 100 1:07% 104. .735 

106061: Harry L. 107 1:08% 106.. 725 

10699t Trade Mark 102 1:08% 98. .720 

10728§ Well Known (M 1 . . 108 1 :09 % 99 . 710 

Also eligible to start: 

10754 Uoamcr 107 1:<)7 115X745 

(10756) Preston Lynn 109 1:09 1 <nix740 

1 0699 Edith W 105 l:o7% 110. .735 

107845 Stars and Stripes 

(M) 108 1:10% 97.735 

tBeverwyck Stahh* entry. 

$G. J. Ixmg entry. 

SJ. E. Madden entry. 

Third Races— 1 Mile. 

3-year-olds and upward. Selling. 

(Track rt»cord: 91561 — 1:37% — 3 — 119.* 

(10636) Swish 107 1:39% 5 107x725 

10753 3 * Inspector Lestrade.100 1:39 4 - 4 1020720 

10753-’** Bcaucoup 1 10 1:40%, S 1050715 

10697 2 * Royal Message ...10.3 1:41 m-, 4 100. .715 

( 10697 1 * Water Welles . .112 1:40% 5 109x710 

9310 s Bonnie Eloise Ill 1:39 5 105. .705 

10<»97 Patmehe lirj 1:40% 4 107x700 



. . .109 1:06% 
... 106 l :06%, 
. . .105 1:08 
...108 1:08% 
. ..113 1 :06% 
.110 1:06% 
. . .110 1:07 
.109 1:07% 
. .100 1 :07 % 
. . . 107 1 :08% 



.107 l:o7 
.109 1:09 
.105 1:07% 



113. . 745 

108. . 749 

103. . 749 
117X749 
ms. .735 

107 . . 735 
107 X 735 

104. . 735 

106. . 725 

98. . 720 

99. . 710 

1 15X745 
1(8)X740 

1 10. .735 



Also eligible to start : 

107(H) Star Gaze 92 1:39% 

10782? Azyiade 105 1:38%, 

10472 Guy Fisher 118 1:39 

ill. E. Watkins entry. 

?H. C. Ilallenbeck entry. 

Fifth Race— 7-8 Mile. 

2-year-olds. Selling. 

1 Tra ek record : 91557 — 1 : 24 % - 5 
(10756) Preston Lynn .... 

10638 s Robert Oliver .... 



ap. 

119.* 

A.Wt.Han. 
7 123X750 
( 110X745 
5 107x715 
95X745 

3 102X745 

4 1(H)X719 

4 97X740 

G 111X7 91 
7 98X749 

4 102. .740 

5 1040735 

3 92X735 

4 90X725 



3 93 X 740 

t K8)X749 
7 1<)6X740 



107 26 s Old Beu 



Bac 

Centauri 

Christophiue . . 

Lily Oriuc 

Heartbeat (M) 
Small (M) ... 
Water I^tdy 
Flask 



Sixth Race— 1 Mile. 

3-year-olds aud upward. Maidens. Special Weights. 



( Track re<*ord : 91 561 — 1 :37 % —3 

9976 Noble Grand 

10449 2 Prospect 98 1:41% 

10371 Carroll Reid 

10724 Queen Sain 109 1:41 

10724 Ann Tilly 101 1:43 

111 1 :43% 



10074 2 Gilbert 



-119.) 

4 105. .700 
3 105.. 695 

3 108. .099 

4 103.. 699 

3 103.. 685 

5 105X685 

4 105. 675 



SARATOGA FORM CHART. 



8ARAT0GA. N. Y., THURSDAY, AUGUST 28, 1913. — Twenty-third day. Saratoga Association. Summer 
Meeting of 26 days. Weather cloudy. 



Presiding Judge. C. H. Pettingill. Starter, Mars Cassidy. Racing Secretary. Andrew Miller. 
Racing starts at 2:30 p. m. (Chicago time 1:30 p. in.). ‘Indicates apprentice allowance. 

FIRST RACE— 5 1-2 Furlongs. (76367—1:05^—2—112.) $400 added 2-year 

* * 4 I ty Fillies. Selling. Net value to winner $430: second. $70: third. $30. 



iim Horses 


A Wl Pi’ St 


*4 * . 


% Str 


Fin 


Jockeys Owners 


O 


H 


c 


P 


S 


K9I7 VIOLET RAY 


w 


109 


3 3 


2*.' 


1 dll Ql 


1* 


T McTag’tA Belmont 


6 


8 


4 


8-5 


4-5 


1 <‘699 2 ‘DELFT 


W’B 


104 


2 9 


7* ■ 




2 1 ' 


.1 McTag’rtJ Livingston 


2 


»jl 


11- 


-59-102-5 


10638 ANYTIME 


W 


109 


9 ( 


5 s 


5* «) 1 


3* 


Byrne A Yliller 




4 


4 


8-5 


i 


107 2 8 HILL STREAM 


WB 


101 


6 7 


3* 


Ih 1J 


4' 


E Martin liurrieana Stable 


12 


15 


15 


6 


3 


10699 3 V EGA 


W 


107 


4 1 


6b 


7i 6-’ 


55 


Borel J O Talbott 


8 


1ft 


10 


4 


2 


< 10702 ) HORTENSE 


W’B 


109 


8 1ft 


9 2 


il 1 7- 


6 2 


T Davies G J Long 


10 


15 


12 


5 


3£ 


10*27 1 'HA KM EUSE 


W 


101 


1 2 


4* 


4 *i 3* 


73 


H Radtke J N Camden 


15 


2ft 


20 


8 


4 


HI 7M- MILKY WAY 


w 


94 


5 8 


1ft 


M 1" 


8* 


Neander R T Wilson 


20 


5ft 


30 


10 


5 


M 638 AUNT MAMIE 


w 


103 


7 6 


85 


9' 9 1 


9'?. 


J McCabe F D Weir 


1ft 


10 


8 


3 


$ 5 


< 1 07170) SUSAN B. 


WB 


109 


1ft 5 


lb 


8 l 8' 


10 " 


Ambrose F E Brown 


X 


10 


5 


2 


1 



Time. 11%, 22%. 35%. 1:01%, 1:08*%. Track good. 

Winner — Br. f, by Rock Sand- Lady Violet (trained by S. U. Hildreth). 

Went lo post at 2:43. At post 5 minutes. Start good and slow. Won driving: seeoud and third the 

iim-. VIOLET RAY. after running in nearest pursuit to the stretch, ran iuto the lead in the last six- 

leeiith. but was doing h<*r best at the finish. DELFT began slowly and was knocked about in the early 
'•muiug and in tight quarters in the stretch and eould not get through until in the last sixteenth, then 
finished with a rush and would have won with a little further to go. ANYTIME eauie with a rush in the 
si retell and finished gamely. HILL STREAM showed much early speed from a poor beginning, then tired. 
VEGA had a rough t race. Horn tin- start and could never get through. IIORTENSE closed a big gap after 
i egiuuiug slow 1\ . CHARM EUSE tired. SUSAN B. was interfered with and knocked back on the far turn 

and had no ehunce afterwards. The winner, entered for $l.o<H), wa* hid up to $1,505 and bought in. 

Scratched - KxMl -Harvest Queen. 109; 10756 Notoriety. 98; 10756 Lily Qrme, 109. 



SECOND RACE -About 2 Miles. (70370—4:16-^5—158.) Steeplechase. $5<M) added. 

I M Cr 3-year-olds and upw'ard. Handicap. Net value to winner $420: second. $100; third, 

$50. 

Infix AWtPPSt 5 10 15 16 Fin Jockeys Owners O H C 1* S 

POSTBOY w s 122 2 -t 2' : 2« % I 8 P 2 W Allen A S Cochran 1ft 2ft 7 2 3-5 

<8615) BELLO w 7 148 4 2 ‘V- :: 8 2-’ 2 r - 2 3 Kermath G R Tompkins 1 7-5 7-3 1-2 out 

10637 ENNISKILLEN w 5 159 5 5 1* 1= ::*& J* 3 3* 5 Bowser MrsAMNSinger 7-3 7-5 6-5 2-5 out 

9531 ROLAND PARDEE w 4 133 .”.1 4 4 4 4 4 Fain Miss Chamblet 10 2ft 20 fi 7-3. 

10572 ROCK ABBEY’ w « 142 1 :: Ran out. Bryant C Pfizer 7 15 15 4 1 

Time. 4:24. Track good. 

Winner — B. g. by Avidity — Low Gill » trained by J. Lambert*. 

Went lo post at 3:08. At post 1 minute. Start good and slow. Wou easily; second and third driving. 
I’HSTBOY raced close up to ENNISKILLEN until ten jumps had been cleared, then rushed to the front, 
opened a big lead and held it for the remainder of the way. BELLI) moved up steadily in the last circuit. 
•mi was not good enough to catch the winner. ENNISKILLEN made a bad lauding at the eleventh jump 
and then dropped buck. ROCK ABBEY' ran out of the «*oursc at the fourth jump. 

' Scratched l0637 s WeldMhip. M2; 10686 Leuoias, 190. 



ll ilex H orses A Wl 1*P Si 

POST BOY W S 132 2 4 

<8645) BELLO w 7 148 4 2 

10637 ENNISKILLEN w 6 159 5 5 

9531 ROLAND PARDEE w 4 133 :: I 

11)572 ROCK ABBEY’ w <’• 142 I ” 



A S Cochran 
G R Tompkins 
M rsAMNSinger 
Miss Chamblet 
C Pfizer 



0 H C V S 

1ft 2ft 7 2 3-3 

1 7-5 7-3 1-2 out 

7-5 7-3 6-5 2-5 out 
10 2ft 20 <5 7-5 

7 15 15 4 1 



Won easily; second and third driving 



1 / VWO 1 THIRD RACE— 1 Mile. (91561—1: 
I f | O JL Stakes. Value $1,200. 3-year 

XftlMe third *10ft 



37%, — 3 — 119.) Eleventh Running Amsterdam 
•olds and upward. Net value to winner $865: 



AWtPPSt % 4 


% 


% 


Str 


Fin 


Jockeys Owners 


O 


6 105 3 1 P 


1*5 


1>* 


1** 


l 3 


J McTag’rtR F (’arman 


3 


7 108 <; 3 2* 


2b 


2* 


2 2 


•in 


E Martin J L Holland 


6-‘ 


4 107 7 6 4 2 


4 4 


V 


32 


3 3 


Butwell C C Smithson 


4 


4 103 5 4 2*J 


3 2 


3i 


i n - 


4’-’ 


T Davies Mrs Yf R Fannei 


• > 


2 101 17 7” 


7 


5' 


51 


5 s 


W YVard Be.verw yekStalth 


fi* 


4 111 1 2 5* 


5* 


6*5 


6-’ 


(ink 


Byrne E F Comlran 


10 



10725 JOE DEIBOLD wb 4 102 5 4 2*$ 3 2 3i 4- 4- T Davies Mrs M R Fanner S 15 12 ■* 

10673* KINGLING w S KM 1 7 7 7 5' 5> 5 s YV Want Beverw yekStable 10 30 Ji j 

10673 FLAMMA w 4 111 4 2 5* 5* 6% 6 2 »9>it Bynte E F Cotuiran 10 12 12 * 

10077 HLACKFOHD xv 7 10:j 2 5 O* 1 7 7 7 .T McCabe R E Wet kins 4 <5 5 

Time. 13. 25. 36%. 48%. 1:00%. 1:13%. 1:39%. Track fast. 

Winner— Ch. m. by Juvenal — Grasiosa (trained by It. F. Carman). 

Went to |h»m at :;*:36. At ia»st 1 minute. Start good and slow. Won easily: second and third d 
ill LA BRYSON fi*ok the lead at ouce aud held her advantage throughout the race without ever 



j Tk® small figure under Str. shows the distance the horse waa ahead of that next in the race. 

vi® figure under Fin. —unless the horse won — shows the number of lengths the horse was 

I behind the ~ nner. Weight to be carried appears at top of column of weights in previous races. 



FIRST RACE— 3-4 Mile. 3-year-olds. Selling. 



(84338 — 1:11% — 1 — 114. 



index Course Dlst TimeT'ckOdds 
D0RL0N, ch. c, 3 

1047.” Saratoga 1 1:38 fast 18-5 
4354 Hamilton 65 f 1:07J last 3 
4281 Hamilton 3-4 1:168 hvy 45 
3S86 Windsor 5-8 1:01* fast 7-5 
3846 Windsor 55 f l:07g good 2 
3504 Fort Erie 6J f l:08f fast 9-6 
HOBNOB, ch. c, 3 
10183 Saratoga 3-4 1 :13%fast 3 



lft 126 Saratoga 
8405 Churchill 
8356 Churchill 
8180 Churchill 
644 L Pimlico 
6029 Laurel 
6457 Laurel 



3-4 l:13%fast 3J 
3-4 1 :14%hvy 6 

3-4 1:12%fast 2J 
3-4 1:13 fast 3-2 
3-4 1:143 slop 44 
3-4 l:12g fast 2J 
oh f 1:08 fast 11-20 



Wt St % % 
106 

100 3 1 1 

107 3 3 

114 5 1 

114 1 2 

108 1 2 

110 3 3 

116 

115 3 1 

111111 

98 1 1 

108 2 1 

107 1 1 

110 1 1 

116 4 1 

114 2 1 



Str Fin Jockeys Started Order of Finish 
By Orlando — Belle of Ashland (P. Hyams). 

- h 5* 7 iJ McCabe 7 Grasmere. Insp. Les trade. Swish 
5 5 6 s T Koerner 6 Farrier. Barnegat, Tankard 
41 4« x Koerner 8 Tankard. Old Coin, Bar. Worth 
l 2 l nk T Koerner 11 P. Queen. Old Coin. Cap». Elliott 
ink ih x Koerner 8 Flabbergast, Marie T.. Voliia 
2b in t Koerner 8 Flabbergast. F.' Grub. Miecosuke* 
By Star Shoot— High Degree (H. C. Hallenbeck). 

.” 3 4 2 i Musgr've 5 Hawthorn. Geuesta. Star G.ize 
l*i l 3 Musgr’ve 6 OliverLodge. Scallywag, Orovoe 
5 5 8 2 Karrick 5 Roy. Tea. H. Private. Bonanza 

3* 5% Musgr’ve 8 Silver Bill. McCorkle. Flyingl« :n 



3* Musgr’ve 8 Silver Bill. McCorkle, FlyingTei 

2h 3*i Musgr’ve 11 Floral Park, Cream. Silver Bill 
Ink 4*$ Schut’ger 8 Buskin, Tarts. Abdou 



4* Vh McTag’rt 
ink In Hopkins 



SCALLYWAG, 


br. g 


, 3 




111 










By Armeath II.- 


10601 Saratoga 


1 


1:38 fast 


8-5 


104 


3 


4 


4 


3 


3 3 3*° T Davies 


10405 Saratoga 


1 


1:40 fast 


4 


111 


;; 


1 


2 


2 


2* 2* T Davies 


102G<) Saratoga 


3-4 


l:13%fast 


4 


101 


2 




2 


2 


ink ih McCahey 


10126 Saratoga 


3-4 


1 :13%fast 


35 


108 


3 


3 


2 


2 


2* 3 4 | McCahey 


9242 Belmont 


3-4 


1 :13%fast 


3 


111 


6 


2 


3 


5 


5* 3 4 5 McCahey 


8914 Belmont 


3-1 


1:13 fast 


3 


1% 


6 


6 


6 


6 


”b 2 h McCahey ] 


8809 Belmont 


1 


1:39 fast 


6 


192 


2 


1 


1 


3 


3* 3* McCabey 


8755 Behnont 


7-8 l:25%£ast 


3 


110 


5 


2 


1 


2 


3 nk 4 S 5 McCabey 


LURIA. b. f. 


3 






96 










By Sempronius — : 


1*697 Saratoga 


3-4 


1 :13%fast 


8 


105 


3 




1 


1 


4* 5 U \ E Martin J 


10605 Saratoga 


3-4 


l:13%fast 


6 


10s 


1 




1 


1 


1% 2b T MeTag’t 


lft469 Saratoga 


3-4 l:13%fast 


6-5 


100 


3 




1 


1 


3 s 5 .1 MeTag’t 


1040ft Saratoga 


3-4 


l:12%fast 


10 


100 


4 




4 


4 


6 6*° Nicklaus 


10224 Saratoga 


3-4 


1 :13%fast 


20 


96 


4 


3 


7 


4 


4* 2* Nicklaus 


10061 Belmont 


3-4 


1:14 slow 


12 


95 


10 


3 


2 


2 


2nk in Nicklaus i 


AFTERGLOW. 


b. g. 


3 




96 










By Ben Blush — ] 


10729 Saratoga 


1 


1 : 41 fast 


2 


103 


1 


4 


4 


4 


3* 5 1 f Atnbrofc:** 


10605 Saratoga 


3-4 


1 :13%fast 


30 


lft” 


11 


9 


7 


S' 3% .T McCabe : 


1«)405 Saratoga 


1 


1:40 fast 


5 


96 


7 


4 


3 


3 


5* 5*5 W Ward 


10283 Saratoga 


1 


1 :3$%fast 


30 


94 


5 


5 


8 


7 


7*.\ 6*«5W Ward 


10075 Hamilton 


3-4 


1 :13Y 5 fast 


4 


107 


9 




8 


7 


6*5 2* Neylon ] 


9732 Windsor 


7-8 


l:27%fast 


15 


93 


2 


3 


2 


2 


2* l 2 Neylon 


PROGRESSIVE 


, ch. 


0. 3 




10$ 










By Cesarion — Sta 


10451 Saratoga 


3-4 


1 :13%fast 


5 


106 


8 




8 


5 


4' 2* Butwell 


10260 Saratoga 


3-4 


l:13%fast 


12 


98 


3 




4 


4 


4»t 4 2 J MeTag’t 


10012 Belmont 


3-4 


1 :13%fast 


1S-5 


100 


1 


5 


5 


2 


2*J1* Karrick 


9831 Belmont 


3-4 


1 : 13’% fast 


5 


100 


7 


3 


4 


9 


85 7*5 J MeTag’t 


9700 Belmont 


3-4 


1:13 fast 


10 


101 


2 


6 


6 


5 


4* 3*2 J MeTag’t 


9461 Belmont 


3-4 


1:14 good 6 


99 


5 


7 


7 


7 


5* 5*J Karrick 


TRXFLER. blk. 


f. 3 






105 










By Ogden — Fads 


IftT&l Saratoga 


3-4 


1:11 slow 


ii 


107 


3 




4 


4 


1 i*» Ryrm- 


1<6*'7 Saratoga 


7-8 


1 : 26% fast 


1-12 


94 


3 


1 


1 


1 


V V J MeTag’t 


104*19 Saratoga 


3-4 


1 :13%fast 


6-5 


107 


4 




2 


2 


2 s I s Byrne 


10224 Saratoga 


3-4 l:13%fast 


5 


100 11 


M 


3 


2 


4* 3 2 Wolfe ] 


10147 Saratoga 


7—8 


1:27 good 6 


107 


3 


1 


1 


1 


3* 3* Byrn** 



8 Buskin, Tarts. Abdou 

7 Iieochares. IT. Majesty. Barneral 
7 Federal. Palanquin. Ten Point 
-Skadi (H. J. Morris). 

4 Montresor. Barnegat, Br. Path 
7 Virile. Little Jupiter. Abdou 

5 Palanquin, B. Path. Progr* ;<ni' •• 

6 Hobnob, Oliver Lodg*>, ()ro*o<: 

9 Kalinka. Sleuth. Lae** 

10 Sleuth. Montressor. rails 

5 T.y sander. li.Macdvnald. Uadeno 

6 E. Bryson. Work. Lad, Montresor 



BRIAR PATH, b. f. 3 



9)604 Saratoga 
10616 Saratoga 
j04<»ft Saratoga 
J<i2**<i Saratoga 
6573 Jamestown 
6501 Pimlico 
1:35 1 Pimlico 
W)7ft Laurel 



1 1:38 fast 31 
2 4 1 :13%fast ih 
:;4J:12%fast 115 
3-4 1 :13%fast 11-6 ] 
3-4 l:13%fast 5 
51 f 1 :07%fast 1ft 
5*. f 1 :09%hvy 8-3 

5i C 1:08 last 1 



7 Virile, Scallywag, Little Jupiter 
*♦ Benanet. Cliff Edge. Airey 
10 Dr.R.L.S’ger. M’tcalm, T. N’mare 
12 Cogs, Pop Gun. Fred Levy 



8 Joe I>eibold. Lace, Tsfifin** 



I 6 P J MeTag’t ii.lnf<*rno Queen. Bully she 
2 s l 3 Byrne ( Beaueoup, Luria. Magazine 

\\ 3* Wolfe 16 L. Lightning. Luria. W. Welle* 

3 4 J* Byrne 3 Montresor. Ella Bryson. Virii« 

By Marta Santa— Sweet Alice (J. W. Messerry). 

4 l ,§ W Ward 1 'Montresor. Barnegat, Scallvvvag 

- J T Davies I Honey B<*-. Besom. Pofelns 

*! MyDon’W <; L.Llghinlug. II. li,**-. It. Message 

if 1’,^ f* Soallv’ag. Palaiiquiu. P’fnvnsD,. 

1‘ 1- Karrick 9 Back Bay, Geneeta. Sfiolm 

lb 2b Karrick 9 Leocbnres, Tarts, Geuesta 

1"** 2’. Karrick 9 t:. Dipf>er. Brynary. C.ipi. Elliott 

D l*i Karrick 7 P. Queen, R. Lloyil, Capt. Elliott 



DAILY RACING FORM. 



FRIDAY. AUGUST 29. 1913. 



FA.ND VALE. K 


f. 3 




109 








By 


VvQij 




:: * « 1 ’ ’sfas« 


r. 


to»; 


4 


3 


4 


6 


r.“ < 


09 


T imli* 0 


.: 1 1 U«'igi.>i'«l 


9 5 


tut 




1 


1 


1'* 


•' j 


V*Jii 


PtinlK <• 


'• 4 1 : 15' s good 


12 .* 


103 


7 




2 


••h 


I.-' 


8075 


Pimlico 


3 4 l:14 4 ,fast 


65 


106 


2 


i 


1 


ink 


25 


6167 


Laurel 


55 f 1:10* hvy 


35 


104 


0 


2 


2 


2* 


3 


5887 


Igiurel 


3-4 1 :14i> fast 


12 


105 


2 


9 


6 


40k 


3*] 


4584 


Windsor 


55 f 1 :06jf fast 


11-6 


98 


4 


5 


5 


5* 


5 8 i 


BATTERY, b. g. 


3 




101 








By 


lo324 


I’ori Eri«* 


2 4 1 :17%hvy 


12 


102 


8 


7 


6 


5* 


5*' 


•Ji»l 


Windsor 


3-4 1:15 fast 


8 


105 


3 


4 


2 


2- 


1* 


9814 


Windsor 


3-4 l:17*4hvy 


61) 


101 


1 


6 


6 


<5 


6* 


9486 


Fort Erie 


1 1 :45 a 3good 


45 


109 


1 


4 4 


3 


3* 


3 3 


9254 


Hamilton 


3-4 1:15 fast 


12 


102 


5 


6 


5 


4 3 


•’S 


9317 


Hamilton 


1 1:41 2 r,l a si 


8 


112 


4 


3 5 


3 


3"k 


4* 


9265 


1 lamilton 


3-4 l:15%fast 


25 


106 


9 


8 


7 


5* 


5 81 


8319 


Pimlico 


3-4 i-.lfe^.gond 


21 


101 


4 


3 


3 


3 so 


3*1 



By Rock Band — Lady Viol**t (A. Belmont). 

<* 6“* Rutu-eU «: sprite. Hes»* ' Pry line Isivose 
i ' ■ \ p^rgu d • < Ml '< m ! oil g i Batten Gold ' ii 

!>’■' A l or^i ’iiJO (Yf tv. S* nllywag, UU* < r I<odgr 



[ Hopkins 7 Calgary, T.W.Moon. Flabbergast 
Faraday — Inconstancy (H. Rites). 

Van Busen s M.Katcham. C’terpart. F.Levy 
Obert 11 Trovato. Prospect, Constituent 

Obert 7 Tankard. TerrlbleBili. B. Dipper 

Obert s Autumn. QneenSnin. Oak. l.ad 

; Obert !* IssyHatn. Johnllownjan, Clinton 

Obert 7 Ravenal, Sp’ker Clark. Man solus 

I Schut’ger 12 Kayderoseros, It. Collins. I.Ham 
s C Turner a Oliverliodge. Sand Vale, G’n Vale 



FOURTH RACE — 1 Mile. 3-yrar-olda and upwa 



Handicap. 



SECOND RACE — 5 1-2 Furlongs. 2-year-olds. Handicap. 



SURPRISING, b. c. 2 1 

10606 Saratoga 3-4 l:12%fast 5 
10518 Saratoga 5* f l:06%fast 4* 
10366 Saratoga 5* 1 l:05%fast 4 
101 SI Saratoga 5| f 1 :06%fast 4 A 
101.70 Saratoga 5?. f 1 :08%goodl3-l© 
GRACILLA, ch. f. 2 1 

M450 Saratoga 51 f 1 :06%fast 20 
9403 Latonia .1-4 l:12%fast 5 
9326 l.atonia 0-8 l:00%fast 6-5 
91Ro I on i a 5-8 l:03%hvy 16-5 : 
TRANID. ch. f. 2 

1<V>21 Saratoga 5 5 f 1:08 fast 11-5 
9466 Belmont 5J f st l:06%fast 7-5 
BRUMLEY. ch. c. 2 
i**J4l Saratoga 5.J f 1 :08*£fast S 
10521 Saratoga 5} f 1:08 fast 6 
10285 Saratoga 3-4 l:14%fast 7-5 
10131 Saratoga 5J f 1 :0S%fast 6 



FLITTERGOLD, ch. c. 2 

10754 Saratoga 3-4 1:15 slow 12 



10072 Saratoga 3-4 l:14%slow T 4 
1<>45o Saratoga 51 f 1 :06%fast 1 3-5 
10330 Saratoga 51 f l:06%fast 6 
10128 Saratoga 55 f 1:07 fast 8-5 
994 N Belmont 51 f st 19*6 slop 3-2 
9696 Belmont 5& t st 1 :06 fast 3 



9418 


Belmont 5 


5 f st 


1:06 fast 


7-5 


no 


1 


UNCLE MUN. 


ch. c, 


2 




108 




h*602 


Saratoga 


55 f 


1 :06*4fast 


7 


108 


4 


10450 


Sa raloga 


55 f 


1 : 06 v fast 


IS 


lie 


4 


10181 


Sa ratoga 


da t 


l:i>6%fast 


10 


107 


4 


9892 


Belmont 


f st l:07%fast 


9-5 


108 


9 


9696 


Belmont 5 


»5 f st 1 :06 fast 


10 


109 


1 


9532 


Belmont i 


r.-S st 


1:07 fast 


3-5 


110 


1 


9466 


Belmont i 


.J f st 1 :06%fast 


3 


108 


2 


8652 


Belmont 


5-8 st 


59%fast 


3-5 


110 


4 


FLORIN, b. f. 


2 






107 




10450 


Saratoga 


55 f 


1 :06%fast 


20 


no 


8 


P>266 Saratoga 


f*5 f 


1 ^o^ifast 


12 


107 


5 


10280 


Saratoga 


55 f 


1 :07 fast 


4 


110 


5 


7961 


Pimlico 


1-2 


4S%fast 


— 


109 


3 


7862 


H.deGrace 45 f 


54%fast 


35 


108 


1 


7841 


H.deGrace 4i f 


54 fast 


4 


104 


4 


7732 


Jamest’wn 45 f 


oo-^fast 


9 


109 


2 


7659 Jamestown 1-2 


49%fast 


11-5 


109 


3 


THE 


USHER. 


ch. c. 


2 




107 




10326 


Fort Erie 


55 f 


l:ll%hvy 


35 


112 


4 


10210 


Fort Erie 


55 f 


1:06 fast 


9* 


Ml 


5 


9863 


Windsor 


55 f 


1 :08%fast 


9-10 


104 


1 


9484 


Fort Erie 


5-8 


l:02%good 9-5 


108 


3 


9420 


Fort Erie 


5^ f 


l:09^slow 


55 


100 


4 


9355 


Hamilton 


5-8 


l:002f,fast 


9-10 


111 


4 


9218 


Hamilton 


5-8 


59^ifast 


8-5 


114 


2 


8642 


Toronto 


5-S l:01*%fast 


2 


105 


3 


RALPH, b. c. 


2 






104 




10602 


Saratoga 


55 f 


l:0f.%fast 


10 


10S 


7 


10450 


Saratoga 


5i f 


l:06%fast 


8 


100 


7 


io:tao 


Saratoga 


55 f 


1 :06%fast 


8 


95 


7 


94413 


Igitonia 


3-4 


l:12%fast 


24-5 


107 


1 


9324 


Latonia 


55 f 


1 :0S fast 


4-5 


113 


2 


9110 


1- at onia 


5i f 1 :07 2 -.l ast 


5 


112 


4 


S98*» 


l^atonia 


55 f 


1 :06 fast 


21 


106 


4 


HARRY L.. ch 


u c. i 


\ 




106 




1**60*. 


Sara toga 


3-4 


1 :12*bfast 


30 


105 


9 


10181 


Sa ra t nga 


55 f 


1 KKi^fast 


U 


107 


6 


9444 


Latonia 


3-4 


l:12<5fast 


13 


111 


1 


9.150 


Latonia 


3-1 


1 : 13 fast 


27-5 


105 


3 



By Marta Santa — Strathlou (R. F. Carman). 

r l l .1 McTag’t it S. Maid. R. Toney. Punch Bowl 
ink ink j McTag’t 5 Stromboli, Sosius, Cliff Field 
3* 3 12 T Davies !> Pennant. Str’boli, P. -American 
3 2 3 2 5 Nicklaus 8 L. Nephew. Roanier, P.. Toney 
2 l 2 3 Nicklaus 8 Bringh’rst. Spearhead. Dr. Samuel 
By Goldfinch — Graciosity (T. C. McDowell). 

11 1* K Martin 11 Uncle Mun. Flit’gold. P. Bowl 

11 l 1 ! E Martin 6 Ralph, Bronzewing, Maud B. L. 

15 l«t E Martin !> Red Star. VioletMay, Marty Ixm 
4 C 4 5 2 E Martin 11 Charmeuse. G. Love. Bronzewing 

By Voter — Truelove (S. L. Parsons). 

1* l fl Karriek 10 Brumley. El Biod. Humiliation 
3*5 3 ,J 1 Karriek 4 Anytime. Uncle Mun. Disparity 
By Isidor — Adriutha (Hurricana Stable). 

2 ;l l h E Martin 15 Har.Queen. M.Cavanagh. Forum 
2* 2° E Martin 10 Tranid. El Biod. Humiliation 
3 1 6 11 lWalsh 7 Pom. Bleu. Defendnm. Scrapper 

2 h 6 5 J E Wilson 11 Mr.Sniggs. Figinny. K. McDowell 
By Hastings — Fairy Gold (A. Belmont). 

2’1 6*iJ T MeTag’i 0 L. Nephew. B. Broom. Spearhead 
3- 4*1 T McTag’t 0 L. Nephew. Undaunted. Trumps 

2 1 3*5 T McTag’t 11 Gracilia, Uncle Mun. P. Bowl 

l 4 l 4 T McTag’t 8 B.&Saddle. K. McDowell, Ralph 
4 3 5 1S 1J Glass 0 OldRosehud, Stromboli, B. Broom 

2 2 2 3 T McTag’t 0 Surprising, Spearhead. Hurakan 

1 2 l 3 T McTag’tlO Surprising. IT. Mun, Northerner 
l 2 1*5 T McTag’t 4 T. Spirit. H. Brother. Super ’dent 

By Uncle — Offensive (H. C. Hallenbeck). 

5 1 6 1 1 ’Mosgr’ve S Pennant, Orotund. Ralph 

3* 2 1 Troxler 11 GraeiJla, Flittergold, P. Bowl 
7“^ 7 & 1 Musgr’ve S L. Nephew. Roarner. Surprising 
U l h Musgr’ve 10 El Biod, Scrapper, Small 
2 1 S 3 } J Wilson 10 Flittergold, Surprising, N’erner 
2*£ 3$ Musgr’ve o WaterLily, BlackBroom, Andrew 
2* 2*5 Musgr’ve 4 Anytime, Tranid, Disparity 
3* 3 4 5 J Glass 8 G. Chimes. King Mellow’ I, Aurora 
By Hamburg — Fiesole (Beverwyck Stable). 



2* 2*5 Musgr’ve 



9 2 9 14 Borel 11 Gracilia, Uncle Mun, Flittergold 

9 9 24 5Butwell p Pennant. Stromboli. Surprising 

2* 1-1 Borel 9 Susan B.. Salon. Charmeuse 

3 3 3 3 5 Troxler 8 Garl, Trade Mark. Master Joe 

3*5 4 3 J Troxler 10 Gainer. TradeMark. PometteBleu 

31 3 3 4 Ambrose 7 Enver Bey, Punch Bowl. Galaxy 

2 4 2®* Troxler 0 W’n Shoes, R. Oliver, Checkmate 

1* 1* Troxler 8 SonnyBoy. EdnaLeska, M.Casca 

By Ogden — Saratoga Belle (R. Davies). 

2*5 l n P Moody 4 MissGaylc. CzarMicbael, JustY. 

5 3 4 6 5 P Moody’ S Hodge. Miss Gayle. Vuudergrift 

I s l 1 ! P Moody u B.Cun’der. P.Rutl’ge, M. Declare 

3 3 4 P Moody 3 Southern Maid, Little Nephew 

2* 21 P Moody 4 L. Nephew, Miss Gayle. P. Petal 

3 s 3 a Moody 4 Vandergrift, S.Muld. SileutPilot 



I s 1'iP Moody 
3 3 4 P Moody 

2* 21 P Moody 
3 s 3 a Moody 



8978 Latonia 5-S 1 :90^ 
8793 Douglas 5-8 1:003 
8355 Churchill 5-8 1:01 
8179 Churchill 1-2 48*3 

TRADE MARK. br. f. 2 
10699 Saratoga 5J f 1:07^ 
10498 Saratoga 3-4 1:13 
10366 Saratoga 51 f 1:055: 
10150 Saratoga 51 f l:08Vi 
8058 Pimlico 41 f 35^ 
7961 Pimlico 1-2 48* 

WELL KNOWN, ch. f, 2 



5-S l:0OVast 1 112 7 

5-8 1:00% fast 3-2 112 3 
5-8 1:01 fast 17-20 113 10 
1-2 48V 5 fast 17-20 112 5 



br. f. 2 




98 




By Broomstick- 


55 f 1 :07%fast 


15 


97 


3 


7 7 6* 


8 2:> W Ward 


3-4 1:12 fast 


30 


10s 


5 


7 8 9 


9 » 4 J W Ward 


5* f l:055sfast 


12 


102 


7 


7 7 6b 


5* 8 J McCabe 


5* f l:08Vfegood 15 


107 


5 


5 7 7* 


7** Butwell 


41 f 55%fast 


24-5 


109 


1 


2 2 s 


3*i Robbins 



1072s Saratoga 


55 f 1:08 fast 


10 


108 


4 


7 


7 




"7*2 Brady 13 


Also eligible 


to start: 
















ROAMER, b. g. 


2 




115 








By Knight Errant— 


10754 Saratoga 


3-4 1:15 slow 


4 


IIS 


1 


4 


5 




o~ Byrne !* 


10568 Saratoga 


3-4 1 :12%fast 


35 


105 


3 


2 


2 


3* 


2*J Byrne 4 


10450 Saratoga 


55 f l:06%fast 


3 


1°? 


3 


4 


4 


6h 


8 12 Byrne 11 


K'3*I2 Saratoga 


2-4 1:12 fast 


7 


119 


2 


1 


2 


lh 


1*J Byrne 12 


1018! Saratoga 


51 f 1 : 06% fast 


6 


107 


1 


2 


2 


2 2 


2* Byrne 8 


9697 Belmont 5£ f st 1:07 fast 


2-5 


109 


6 


1 


1 


1* 


l 4 T McTag’t S 



9072 


latonia 


51 f 1:07 goodl7-10 112 


3 


5 


5 


8891 


Litonia 


5-8 


1 :00%fast 


11-20 


109 


1 


1 


1 


8744 


Douglas 


5-8 


58%fast 


21 


100 


3 


3 


3 


*20* * 


< ’hurehill 


45 f 


54 hvy 


5 


108 


2 




2 


PRESTON LYNN. ch. c. 2 




100 








10756 


Saratoga 


55 f 


1 :09%slow 


31 


112 


8 


3 


3 


10699 


Saratoga 


5?. f 


1 :*)7%fast 


8 


109 


0 


2 


6 


10638 


Saratoga 


3-4 


1 :13%fast 


15 


112 


2 


4 


4 


7930 


H.deGrace 


45 f 


54%1'ast 


7 


1**7 


3 


5 


4 


7882 


H.deGrace 


4\ f 


55 slow 


20 


117 


5 




7 


7862 


H.deGrace 


45 f 


54%fast 


sa 


115 


5 


6 


7 


7006 


Charlest*n 


4b f 


6o%good 21 


112 


4 


2 


2 


EDITH W.. ch. 


f. S 






110 









10699 Saratoga 51 f 1 :07%fast 11-5 101 2 

10429 Saratoga 51 f l:07%fast 5 102 3 

10258 Saratoga 3-4 l:14%fast 6 105 2 

9350 Latonia 3-4 l:13%fast 13 102 7 

9207 Latonia 51 f 1 :06%fast 57-10 100 1 
9110 lJitonia 31 f l:07%fast 11 105 3 

900S I jitonia 5-8 1:00% fast 12 100 1 

8928 Ijitonia 5-8 l:00%fast 44-5 105 1 

STARS AND STRIPES, b. c. 2 97 

10784 Saratoga 2.-4 l:15%fast 15 106 6 

10285 Saratoga 3-4 l:14%fast 7 110 1 

10229 Saratoga 51 f 1:08 fast 10 108 11 

tX92 Belmont 55 f st l:07%fast 7 108 5 

9835 Belmont 5-8 st 1:01 fast 7 10S 12 

9696 Belmont 51 f st 1 :06 fast 16-5 102 8 

9532 Belmont 5-S st 1:07 fast 6 110 6 



8* 7 21 14 McCabe !> Superintendent. Delft. Vega 
2* 2* J McCabe 8 Crossbun. Naiad. Christophine 
11 l h J McCabe 9 Naiad, Sosius, Robert Oliver 
21 3*3 J McCabe S Ruffles, Pebeco, Ambition 
41 5 4 1 J McCabe 8 Black Toney. O’Hagan, Minda 
1*1 1*1 J McCabe 8 Old Ben. Ambition. Bronzewlng 
2*1 2 3 .1 McCabe 8 Ruffles, B’zewiug, Dainty Mint 

3* 3 3 ! Estep ti Casuarina, Ruffles. Bronzewing 

By Yankee — Miss Angie (J. E. Madden). 

81 9 9 Brady 10 Forum. Armament. M. Cavanagli 

5* 4 7 1 Brady 7 Pom. Bleu, Defendum, Scrapper 

10* 10* * Brady 12 K.McD’ell. Ha’penny. Valkyrie 
6 3 6 4 I Brady 10 Uncle Mun, El Bioil, Scrapper 

65 5*1 Brady 14 May Dora. Fireside. El Biod 

7* 7**lBrady 10 Flittergold, Surprising, U. Mun 
6 2 5*1 Brady 0 WaterLily, BlackBroom. U.Mun. 



THIRD RACE — 1 Mile. 3-vear-olds and upward. 



SWISH, b. g, 

10636 Saratoga 


5 

7-8 l:25%fast 


9-5 


107 

110 


2 


1 1 


1 


By McGee — Frou ! 

1*5 I 1 ?- Borel 


10605 Saratoga 


3-4 l:13V 5 fast 


5 


106 


14 


10 


10 


10* € 3 5 Borel 1 


10473 Saratoga 


1 1:38 last 


3 


107 


2 


3 3 


3 


3* 3 lw iBorel 


10:215 Saratoga 


1 1 :39%fast 


35 


110 


4 


3 3 


3 


3h 4 2 5 Borel 


10705 Saratoga 


1 1 :39%fast 


3 


107 


5 


5 4 


4 


3nk 30 Borel 


1022s Saratoga 


1 l:4o%fast 


*>x 

-i 


108 


0 


3 3 


•J 


15 2'?. Borel ! 


8354 Churchill 


2-4 l :13%fast 


24 


110 


12 


11 


11 


ion 10**|W Andressl 


8027 I^ex’gton 


lm70yl :44~fast 


45 


109 


3 


5 7 


4 


5 s 5 s Kirsch’m 


6866 Juarez 


1 l:40*£fast 


6-5 


111 


2 


2 2 


1 


2 2 2 2 5 Borel 



INSPECTOR LESTRADE. ch. g. 4 



10753 Saratoga 
107c 1 Saratoga 
10640 Saratoga 



1 1 :41%slow 12 
1 1 :39%fast 7 
1 1:40 fast 8 
1 1 :39%fast 4 



102 

114 1 3 3 
113 544 



1*'473 Saratoga 1 


1:38 fast 


12 


m 


1 


5 


4 


4 


4 2 


2* 


0 J McTag’t 7 Grasmere. S 


10367 Saratoga 1 1-8 


1 :52%fast 


40 


105 


2 


3 


3 


3 


3* 


3* 


Rowley 


m W.Horn, F 


BEAUCOUP. ch. h, 


8 




105 












By 


Ornament — 


Ollie Belle (R. 


10753 Saratoga l 


1 :41%slow 


4 


111 


2 


2 


2 


2 


02 


Ol 


1. Butwell 


5 Grasmere, 




1:40 fast 


4 


110 


4 


3 


2 


2 


i* 


2b 


Byrne 


s I. Lestrade 


1 0469 Saratoga 3-4 


l:13V a fast 


8 


119 


1 




3 


3 


3« 


2 3 


Wolfe 


4 Trlfler, Lu 


10149 Saratoga 1 


1:42 good 2 


106 


3 


1 


1 


1 


15 


35 


Wolfe 


5 F. Feet. R. 


101 3o Saratoga 1 


1 :29*5good 3 


106 


4 


2 


2 


2 


9 * 


2* 


Wolfe 


7 Col.Ashm e. 


10014 Belmont 1 


l:40 2 5fast 


8-5 


197 


1 


3 


3 


1 


1* 


1* 


Wolfe 


M Reybourn, ] 


9sSS Belmont 1 


1:41 fast 


4 


117 


1 


5 


5 


4 


2* 


4* 


Wolfe 


11 W. Welles, 


9695 Belmont 1 


1 :40*/ 5 fast 


5 


115 


10 


11 


9 


7 


4 1 


25 


Wolfe 


lin Em. Lit. . 


1*590 Belmont 3-4 


l:14%fast 


3-5 


112 


1 


3 


6 


4 


92 


1* 


Woll’e 


7 Little Ilugl 


ROYAL MESSAGE, 


ch. f. 4 




100 










By 


Star Shoot— 


-Prinzessin (T. ( 


10697 Saratoga 3-4 


1 :l3‘/r,fast 


3 • 


1 09 


8 




8 


2 


3* 




Musgr’ve 


12 W. Welles. 

I*. 1 1 i.rl.tnlmr 



10400 Saratoga 3-4 l:12%fast 6 
10023 Hamilton 3-4 1 :12*/ 5 fast 18-3 

9315 Hamilton 3-4 l:12%fast 12 
SS82 Blue Bon. 7-8 l:27%fast 11-5 
8S30 Blue Bon. 51 f 1 :0S%fast 4 
8580 Toronto 3-4 l:l3%fast 3 
8469 Toronto 3-4 l:14%fast 10 

WATER WELLES, ch. g. 5 
10697 Saratoga 3-4 l:12%f&st 21 

10499 Saratoga 7-8 1 :27%fast 3 
10431 Saratoga 3-4 1 :13 2 & fast 3| 

10301 Saratoga 3-4 1:12 fast l.» 

10224 Saratoga 3-4 l:13%fast 8 

Hmi 80 Belmont 1 1 :39%fast 8 

10013 Belmont 1 1:40 fast 4 

BONNIE ELOISE. b. m. 5 
931o Latonia 1 1-1G l:46 2 f,fast 15 
9234 Latonia 1 1-16 1:47 fast 6 
9009 ljitonia 1 1-S 1:32 fust 18-3 
^931 l^atonia 1 1-16 LlG'r&fast 28-3 
S79K Douglas lm70y 1 :44%fast 1 
86:u; Douglas 1 1-16 1 : 44% last 47-10 
8339 Douglas 1 1-16 l:45%fast 11-5 
8232 Churchill 1 1-8 l:52%fast IS 
8183 Church’ 1 lm7oy 1 :44%fast 10 
7931 H.deG'ce lm70yl:4o fast 6 
7306 Juarez 1 1:43 good 16-5 

7088 Juarez 1 l:38| fast 13-5 

PATRUCHE. ch. g. 4 
(0697 Saratoga 3-4 l:13%fast a»0 
W053 Hamilton 1 1-8 1 :54%fast 5 
9919 Windsor 1 1-16 1 :47%fast 15 
9827 Windsor 1 1-16 1 :50%good 7 
9728 Windsor 1 1 :40%fast 6 
94 <m; Latonia lm70v 1 :44%fast 29-10 
9376 Ijitonia 1 1-16 1:46 fast 7-10 
9280 latonia 1 1”16 1 :46%fast 7-5 



110 2 2 1 
110 lu 6 
112 7 4 

116 6 5 

109 

102 1 3 

142 1 14 

109 5 4 

109 4 3 

104 3 9 4 

103 3 1 1 
114 l 1 1 

105 



1085 333 

105 443 

107 8 2 2 

108 11 10 9 
104 3 6 4 

106 2 6 5 
111 422 

107 

111 6 10 
114 7 5 6 
100 3 3 3 
104 5 2 1 
103 H 6 5 
107 5 6 7 
102 2 1 1 
110 4 3 1 



73 913 Bruce !> Flex. Hoffman. Three Links 

7*° 6 7 Gross S K’ghtsDiffer. Kingly. Astrologer 

2*o* 6* Bruce 7 TowtonField.Spellb’ml. FredLevy 

1* l 3 Bruce 15 Americas. Hon. Bee, R. Bradley 

ink 2* Bruce 11 Magazine. Rigliteasy. Letourno 

33 ib Bruce 0 Pamlorina. M. Picture, Brynary 

By Dick Welles — Parisienne (R. I. Miller). 

1= l 4 J McTag’t 12 K. Message. Moncreif, V.Oetavia 
11 2 2 Mr T W’ht 6 Virile. Compliment. Belamour 



f»5 1* Wolfe 
2* 2 2 Wolfe 
2* 4 3 Karriek 
25 3 8 Wolfe 
Ink 2 5 J Wilson 



11 Progressive, Via Oetavia, Incis’n 

7 Honey Bee. Compliment, Lace 
It; Lady Lightning. Luria. Trlfler 

I*. Kallnka, Strenuous. War Horn 

8 F.M’liolland, Discovery, S.P’cess 



By Clifford — Euphrata (P. Hyams). 

4* 3* Tealian 1«> (’. Puss. Dr. W. Briggs. W.Dove | 

D. Tcahan 7 Uapitan Bravo. J. Gill. Chartier 

3* 3 3 Kederis s Star O’Ryan. Wander. Beautiful 

5* 5** Buxton 7 Strong. Manager Mack. Marabou 

1* l 1 Loftus 1 *» Supple. Beautiful, Silk Day 
:,»> 5 ,2, Musgr’ve d Bcuanet. Wander, Su|K>rvisor 

2*4 2*l"Kcderis 12 Wander, Jabot. Clubs 

28’ 2* .1 Glass 10 Spindle, Just Red. Dick Baker 

61 6 s | Karriek 13 Just Red. Melt. Street, Forehead 

71 8*°lDeronda 8 Towtou Field, Stairs. Spellbound 
4- 3* Cavan’gh 7 Salesia. Coekspur. Mycenae 

3* 3 2 1 Loftus 8 Fern L.. B. of Fortune. Uatteras 

By Broomstick — Sans Pareil II. fH. Benzinger). 

8’ 7*°1T McTag’t 12 W. Welles. R. Message. Moncreif 



6 :! 4 ,, 1 E Martin 8 E. of Savoy, Mast. Jim. I'adcxxlle 

4** 5 51 , E Martin 14 Mycenae, Tecumseh, Forehead 

6-' 6 4 i E Martin ,S H. Hutchison. E. of Savoy. M. Sill 

8*k]0** i: Martin 11 Rash. Working Lad. Mycenae 
6 5 5*° E Martin 10 Volita. Moekler. Capitan Bravo 

1* 2 , .\ E Martin 11 Clubs. Be. Tom King 

is 2**k E Martin 10 B. Holder. T. King. MaryAnnK. 



rum; gi.ask, hik. k , 7 

Saratoga t i s t:53 J G faet 2 
K'56S Saratoga 3 t l:12%tast ll-o 
10055 Hamilton 7-S 1 :26 fast 2 
9913 Windsor 3-4 1:12%fast 2-5 
9813 Windsor 1 1-16 l:52%hvy 21 
9558 Ft. Erie lmTOy 1:47 good 3 
9216 Hamilton 3-4 l:12%tast 7-10 
8644 Toronto 1 1-8 l:520ifast 11-5 
8581 Toronto 1 1-16 1:47 fast 1-4 
8433 Toronto 3-4 l:13%fast 2-5 
SPRING BOARD, b. c. 4 
10782 Saratoga 3 1 1 :12%fast 13-5 
10568 Saratoga 3-4 1:12%last 5 

16227 Saratoga 1 1 : 39% fast 8 
164)82 Belmont 5A f st 1 :04 fast 7-10 
58S9 Belmont 1 1-16 1:48 fast 2J 
9S32 Belmont 3-4 1:13 fast 3J 
9640 Belmont 3-4 l:12%fast 10 
9588 Belmont 3-4 l:13 2 hgood 2 
9414 Belmont 3-4 l:12%fast 2J 
8HACKLET0N. ch. h. 6 
10755 Saratoga 1 1 :40 2 5Slow 10 

10227 Saratoga 1 1 :39%fast 4 

9414 Belmont 3-4 l:12%fast 5 

8061 Pimlico 7-8 l :27%fast 17-10 



ix: 6 7 

122 4 3 5 
113 3 3 

12*5 2 2 1 
129 2 1 1 
121 3 4 

129 5 2 2 
129 3 1 1 
129 2 1 

110 

112 1 2 
126 7 6 

lit 1 1 1 
118 2 3 

118 1 1 1 
120 4 3 4 
116 5 2 1 

112 4 1 1 

113 1 1 1 



Bv rUudiU— Flic* Belle <R. DnvienL 

<; Burns 4 .IpwIhmic. Swaniuui" i. slih. i.’c 
6- *;-2 But well * lsirosc. IbcMiicr. Si'bagc 
4 3 41 W Knapp 6 Cliff Edge. Mediator. Doncrail 

2* 1** W Knapp 8 PanZareta, SirBlaise, Mediator 

ink W Knapp 3 Flora Fina. Samuel R. Meyer 

f> 2 6* 4 1VV Knapp d Flabbergast. Ymir. Edda 

3* 4 & i W Knapp S Hawthorn, I.eochares. Calgary 

2 s 3 l A W Knapp 8 Horron. Buskin. Locbiel 

1* li W Knapp 0 FirstSight. B’naTumbu. Amberlte 

l 2 1* W Knapp C Crisco, Bwa. Tumbo. Fred Levy 



By Aeronaut — Bettie Bouncer (E. B. Cassatt). 



1 1 :49%slow 


10 


109 


5 


6 


6 


8 


9 


9’ , lButwell 


it 


1 1 :39%fast 


4 


109 


5 


5 


3 


7 


7* 


7 8 J 


Wilson 


in 


3-4 l:12%fast 


5 


111 


7 


3 


4 


4 


4 2 


t> J 


Wilson 


7 


7-8 l:27%last 


17-10 


116 


7 


4 


3 


3 


3* 


4 2 J 


Wilson 


12 


3-4 l:ll%fast 


5 


111 


4 




2 


2 


2* 


2 2 J 


Wilson 


6 


5.J f 1 :07%fast 


6-6 


110 


4 




2 


2 


2* 


1*5 J 


Wilson 


5 


3-4 l:14%fast 


13-20 1 10 


3 




2 


2 


lh 


l*i J 


AVilson 


7 



2\ 4 3 $ T Davies in Isiros*-. Star Jasmine. Lcociiarcs 
T Davies 7 Isirose. Roarner, Sebago 
9 h 9 w i T Davies 10 Lahore, L.O’M’Life. Guy Fisher 

2* 1* J Wilson 5 Besom, Isidora. Silver Moon 

l 3 2 s T Davies 5 Hedge, Reybourn, Absconder 

5* 4 3 i T Davies 7 Isidora. Sickle, Bally Cliff 

1* 13 T Davies 7 Iron Mask. Meridian. H. Prynne 

I s 1* T Davies 0 Sickle, Nightstick. Bally Cliff 

1* 4 3 J T Davies 7 His Majesty, Shackleton. Sickle 

By Watercres* — St. Orion (G. P. Eu*ti«). 
9'*l:Butwpll 9 FI. Fairy, SamJackson. Reytiourn 
7 8 J Wilson 10 Lahore. L.O’M’Life, Guy Fisher 
2* J Wilson 7 H. Majesty. Sickle. SpringRoard 



S.R. Meyer. Grosvenor. Monoea«\v 



7435 Charle’n lm70y 1 :4o%fast 1 111 1 1 1 

7358 Charleston 7-8 1 :28%goodll-20 111 4 2 2 

BARNEGAT. b. g. 3 95 

10727 Sar’toga 1 216 1 :59%fast 5 KK> 5 2 2 

10604 Saratoga 11:38 fast 8-5 113 4 3 2 

10300 Saratoga 1 1 :38%fast 3i 104 2 3 3 

10403 Saratoga 1 1 :3S 2 f.fast 2J 105 7 5 3 

10304 Saratoga 1 1-4 2:06%fast 5 

10074 Hatn’ton 1 1-16 1 :46%fast 3 
9995 Hamilton 1 1-8 l:51%fast 11-5 
9617 Windsor 1 t-8 1:52 fast 6 
TARTAR, b. c, 3 
8649 Belmont 3-4 1:12 fast 5 

8191 Pimlico 3-4 l:14%fast 23-10 

S131 Pimlico 3-4 1:14 fast 11-5 

8033 Pimlico 1 1 :39%fast 12-5 



lh 2 h Butwell 
3 4 3 3 Buxton 



7 John Furlong. Baton. Bounder 
4 I). Macdonald. Milton IV. Spobn 



By Broomstick — Jersey Lightning (R. E. Watkins'. 



8649 Belmont 3-4 1:12 fast 5 

8191 Pimlico 3-4 l:14 2 4fast 23-10 

S131 Pimlico 3-4 1:14 fast 11-5 

8033 Pimlico 1 1 :39%fast 12-5 

7803 H.deG race 5-8 1:00%fast 2-9 

6593 Jamestown 1 l:39g fast 4 
6553 Jamestown 3-4 l:l3g fast 3£ 
6467 Pimlico 3-4 1:14* hvy 8-5 



6467 Pimlico 3-4 1:14* hvy 8-5 

6378 Pimlico 1 1:41 fast 7-10 

MISSION, br. f. 4 
10755 Saratoga 1 1 :40%siow 8 

10430 Saratoga 1 1 :38%last 5 

9639 Belmont 1 1-16 1 :46%fast 10 
9462 Belmont 1 1-16 1 :45 fast 8 
9320 Belmont 1 1-16 1 :46 fast 10 
9187 Belmont 1 3-8 2:20 fast 5 
COY LAD, br. c, 4 
10755 Saratoga 1 1 :40%slow 8 
10227 Saratoga 1 l:39%fast 15 
9146 Latonia 1 l:3S%fast 12 

9232 Ijitonia lm70y 1:43 fast 22-5 
9165 Latonia 1 1:45 mud 9 

9111 Latonia 1 1:39 fast 5* 

8981 Latonia 3-4 l:ll%fast 19 

G. M. MILLER, b. h. 6 
10129 Saratoga 1 1-4 2:00 fast 3J 
9983 Belmont 1 1-8 l:52%fast 2J 
9639 Belmont 1 1-16 l:46%fast 4 
9462 Belmont 1 1-16 1:45 fast 13-6 
9295 Belmont 1 1-4 2:00 fast 4 
9151 Belmont 1 1-4 2:03%fast 10 



113 4 3 2 

104 2 3 3 

105 7 5 3 

115 5 3 2 

116 6 4 4 
i 104 4 4 4 

104 4 3 3 

102 

102 11 11 11 
I 110 2 3 

i 108 5 2 

, 100 4 2 2 

108 4 2 

98 3 2 2 

116 2 7 

114 1 4 



3* J McCabe 
2*5 2* Loftus 
3 3 3 7 J T Davies 
3* ?/'$ Butwell 
3 2 3 3 i Loftus 
4* 5 3 Teahan 
2nk i*£ Teahan 



.*• C.o’theWalk. Nightstick. Buskin 
4 Montresor. Scallywag. Br. Path 

4 Swannanoa. Hedge. Hamilton 

8 L.O’M’Life. P.Call’y. Strenuous 

5 R. View, P. Eugene, Hawthorn 

6 S. R. Meyer. Locbiel. Elwali 

5 Hamilton, Calgary. Flora Fina 



3*J 3J R Hoffman 4 First Sight. Doncrail. Buskin 
By 0 gden — Yankee Sister (R. T. Wilson). 

8 2 8* 4 Wolfe L! Iron Mask, Besom. Spring Boa 



108 5 2 3 
102 6 6 6 

102 3 1 1 
99 1 1 1 

103 4 4 4 



4 

1 


1 :40%slow 


8 


97 

98 


3 


3 


3 


3 


By Peep o’Day — Coy 

2' 4 7 J MeDon’ld 1* 


1 


1 :39 4 sfast 


15 


97 


6 


2 


2 


2 


r,h 


5 3 5 J McCabe 


10 


1 


1 :38%fast 


12 


108 


2 


1 


1 


1 


1* 


l‘> McDon’ld 


7 . 


iTOy 

1 


1 .43 fast 


22-5 


108 


4 


1 


1 


1 


25 


4 3 5 E Martin 


5 


1:45 mud 


9 


105 


3 


4 


5 


5 


5 


5 20 E Martin 


5 J 


1 


1:39 fast 


5J 


106 


4 


1 


1 


1 


1* 


1» E Martin 


4 


3-4 


1 :ll 2 f,fast 


19 


107 


1 




2 


4 


4b 


5 3 E Martin 


8 1 



8 2 S* 4 Wolfe 12 Iron Mask, Besom, Spring Boanl 
3 2 3*X Wolfe Palanquin. Bw. Tumbo, Sherwood 

2*§ 2*5 Wolfe 5 Horron, Ringllng, Mediator 

3**k 5 7 i Wolfe 7 Buskin, Dr. Duenner. Pandorina 

3* 1* Wolfe 7 Joe Knight. Lysander, Bamegat 

2 2 2*5 MeCahey 1) Grover Hughes. Sebago, Lahore 
4*5 3 2 i MeCahey b Buskin, Nash Cash, Scallywag 
2nk 2* MeCahey 5 FrederiekL.. Leochares. Yenghee 
lh ink McCabey 7 Barnegat. Strenuous, Grosveoor 

By Rock Sand — Misgivings (A. Belmont). 

7* 7* 7 E Martin 9 FI. Fairy. SamJackson. Reybouru 
3* 2 3 T McTag’t 8 Senipritc, Swannanoa. Flnruma 
6 6 15 J McTag’t «» F. Fairy. P. Eugene. G.M. Miller 

2*>k 3 4 * ,T McTag’t 4 C.o’tbeW’k, G.M. Miller. G.Fis’r 

2 3 1* J McTag’t 3 Prince Eugene, Starbottle 

4 3 7 Karriek 4 Sandhill. Col. Holloway, Amalfi 



S. R. Meyer. Morristown. Cream 
II. Private, I. Gentle’ n, P.Cal’way 



5 s 5 ,; * W Knapp C L. Nephew, S. Maid, Lyric Muse 
25 1* P Moody 4 Osaple, Private Petal, Peacock 
Bv Sempronius — Bashford Belle (G. J. Long). 

3*5 3" B Steele 8 Pennant, Orotund. Spearhead 
5* 5 3 J McCabe 11 Gracilia, Uncle Mun, Flittergold 
4* 4*5 E Martin S Flit’gold, B.&Saddle. K.McD’!! 
2*5 2*5 W Andress G Gracilia, Bronzewing, MaudB.L. 
I 4 l 5 Loftus 11 San Vega. Shepherdess, Ban. Jim 
55 5 c i Button 8 Edith W.. Old Ben. Ambition 
6 1 * 3 3 5 Buxton 7 O’Hngan. BigSpirit.Lost Fortune 
By Sir Huon — Watoma (G. J. Long). 

S 5 7* J McCabe 9 Surprising. Sou. Maid. B. Toney 
65 6 s * J McCabe 8 1.. Nephew. Roarner. Surprising 
3*> 4*°IW Andress 4 Old Rosebud, Pebeco. O’Hrfgan 
7*> 6 3 Kirscli’m S Ruffles. Pebeco. Edith W. 

1* I s Buxtou 12 L. Skolny. Watermelon. G. Love 

2 4 2*5 C Peak 12 Sosius. Toronto, Ambition 

C 3 5*«IC Peak 10 Boots and Saddle. Bandit, Sosius 

2*» 25 C Peak 12 Casuarina, Salon. Caution 



9151 Belmont 1 1-4 2:03%fast 10 

8783 Pip. Rock 1 1-8 l:54%fast 6-3 
8625 Belmont 11:39 fast 10 

7020 Juarez 1 l:38g fast 16-5 

6942 Juarez 7-8 1:26 fast 4 

CLIFF EDGE. b. h. 7 
10639 Saratoga 1 LSS^sfast 10 

10369 Saratoga 1 1 :37%fast 8 

10283 Saratoga ll:38%fast 11-5 
10227 Saratoga 1 l:39%fast 8 

10055 Hamilton 7-8 1:26 fast 8 

9916 Windsor 1 l:38%fast 3 



10369 Saratoga 
10283 Saratoga 
10227 Saratoga 
10055 Hamilton 
9916 Windsor 
9825 Windsor 
HEDGE, b. f. 4 
10570 Saratoga 
10500 Saratoga 
I043n Saratoga 
10281 Saratoga 



1 1 :42%good 5 



6* 8 2: ’ W Ward 9 Superintendent, Delft. Vega 
9 9* 4 2W Ward 9 B. Choice, Gainer. P. -American 

fih 5* s J McCabe 9 Pennant. Stromboli, Surprising 
7* 7** Butwell S Rringhurst, Surprising, Sp’head 
2 8 3 2 i Robbins 10 Flittergold. Gainer, Executor 
2*5 2*5 J Robbins 8 Garl, Florin. Master Joe 
By Ogden — Evening Song (J. E. Madden). 

7* 7*^ Brady 1”. Humiliation. M.Cav’nagh. Decoy 



si rose. Sebago, Palanquin 



6* 5 5* 2 1E Martin G Briughurst, B. and Saddle. Minda 
1* 1* E Martin 8 CandyBox, O’Reilly, J.Rosenfield 
3 4 3* J Callahan T» O. Rosebud. L.Nepbew.B.Brotber 
2* 2« Taplin 5 O.Rosebud. B.Cunarder. Harbard 

By Dick Welles — Animosity (J. M. Zimmer). 

2*1 I 3 T M«Tag’tl2 Mordecai. Cannock. Rosa Mundi 
5* 4 7 '. T McTag’t 9 Superintendent, Delft. Vega 
2* 6 7 4 T McTag’t 8 Korfbage. Naiad. Robert Oliver 
3“ 3 2 ?; Snider 5 Gordon, Mordecai. Milky Way 

7 7* 2 iR Hoffman 7 Enver Bey, Gainer. Executor 

7* 9 10 Musgr’ve 10 Gainer, TradeMark, PometteBleu 
1*5 l l J Hanover 4 Gordon. Miss Waters. San Jon 
By Uncle— Dicker (F. D. Weir). 



10570 Saratoga 1 LSOSf.fast 16-5 
10500 Saratoga ll:38%fast 10 
K>43n Saratoga 1 l:38%fast 8 
10281 Saratoga 3-4 l:12%fast 10 
9889 Belmont 1 1-16 1 :48 fast 8-5 
§639 Belmont 1 1-16 l:46%rast 35 
9363 Belmont 1 l:38%fast 3 
9243 Belmont 1 l:39%fast 10 
PRINCESS CALLAWAY, b. m. 5 
10700 Saratoga 1 1-8 1 :52%fast 6 
10639 Saratoga 1 1 :3S%fast 5 
10452 Saratoga 1 1-8 1 :ol%fast 4 
16403 Saratoga 1 l:38%fast 5 
940-1 Latonia 1 3-16 l:56%fast 9 
9283 Latonia 1 1-16 1 :44%fast 4 
9165 Latonia 1 1:45 mud 19-5 
9006 Latonia 1 1-16 1 :44%fast 2 
STRENUOUS, b. c. 3 
10452 Saratoga 1 1-8 l:51%fast 12 
10403 Saratoga 1 l:38%fast 10 
10080 Belmont 1 1:39%fast 35 
9949 Belmont 1 1-16 1:47 slop 4 
9698 Belmont 1 1-16 1:46 fast 45 
9589 Belmont 1 1-16 1 :46 fast 2 
AIREY. ch. f. 4 
10452 Saratoga 1 1-8 l:51%fast 12 
16403 Saratoga 1 1 :38 2 .-,fast 20 
PT83 Saratoga 1 l:38%fast 20 
8961 Conn’ght 1 1-8 l:53%fast 1 
8854 Blue Bon. 7-8 1 :28%fast 15 
8S27 Blue Bon. 1 l:41%fast 4 
8577 Toronto 5-4 l:14%fast 31 
6522 Pirnlico 2 3:28* fast 15 

6489 Pimlico lm70y 1:48 good 4 
G426 Pimlico 1 3-16 2:01| fast 15 
6355 Pimlico 1 1-4 2:08| hvy 10 
Also eligible to start: 

STAR GAZE, b. c. 3 



111 

105 6 5 5 

105 1 3 3 

115 4 4 4 
104 1 3 3 

106 2 4 5 
106 4 4 3 
108 3 6 6 
100 12 12 12 

117 4 2 2 

118 5 4 5 



107 4 4 4 
99 3 2 2 

98 9 7 7 

108 5 1 1 
108 5 6 5 

110 5 1 1 
102 

113 5 5 5 

99 3 2 2 
106 2 6 8 

111 4 6 

110 3 3 4 
107 3 3 3 

107 5 6 6 

108 5 5 5 
104 

106 6 6 5 

109 3 8 7 
116 3 5 5 
108 1 2 2 
100 2 1 2 

107 4 4 4 
100 2 5 4 
106 1 1 1 
92 

98 2 2 4 

96 8 6 6 

99 2 3 4 
100 3 2 2 

99 4 4 4 

100 3 2 2 

90 

98 9 9 9 
104 6 4 4 
100 8 6 4 
103 2 3 3 
103 7 7 6 
103 2 5 4 
115 5 6 

97 3 7 7 

108 3 4 5 
96 7 3 3 
96 6 6 5 



By Lissak — Subdue (R. F. Carman). 

5 4 5 14 R’htmire G C.o’theWalk, Lahore. Rol. Stone 

3 4 3*| Nicklaus 4 D.Macdou’d. Lahore, G. Fisher 

4 2 3 3 * R’htmire G F. Fairy, P. Eugene, Revbouru 

35 2*> R’htmire 4 C. o’theWalk. Mission. G.’Fisher 

5* 5* R’htmire G W. Broom 11. Lahore. Meridian 

2* 2*5 R’htmire 7 W.Broomll.. S.J’kson. G. Fisher 

5* 4*1 R’htmire 6 Amalfi, Spring Board. Mission 

7* 2*5 R’htmire 12 Wh’kBroomI I., Merld’n, Aldeb’u 

2®* 3 2 J R’htmire 4 Gen.Mnrehmout. Injury. Cr.Box 

5 4 22 R’htmire G G. Machmont. Ymir. Crack. Box 

By Clifford — Armaza n. (JL E. Watklaa). 

4* 4*1 Butwell b Reybourn. Calgary, Swnnnauoa 

4 4 14 E Martin 4 Reybourn, TenPoint. Nightslh-k 

2*5 2* E Martin !» Benanet, Airev, Starl»ottle 

8 2 8*5 E Martin 10 Lahore. L.O’M’Life. Guy Fisher 

1*5 l nk Teahan G Mediator, Donerail, Plate Glass 

6* 6* 2 iR Hoffman 8 P. Ahmed. Blackford. Itenanet 
1* 1*> E Martin 5 Just Red. Busy. Towtou Field 
By Plan udes— Partridge (H. C. Hallenbeck). 



3**k 2* Musgr’ve a Jawbone, To.Field. Dr. Duenner 

5^ J? » ra !> 4 Swannanoa, Barnegat. Hamilton 

6- 6**iBrady 8 Semprite, Mission. Swaunanou 

4 3 4 7 5 B Steele 0 Ten Point. Besom. Presumption 

2 5 l 3 Musgr’ve 5 Sp’gBoard. Reyliourn. Absconder 

5* a 14 Musgr’ve G F. Fairy. I*. Eugene. G.M Miller 

4*5 12 Musgr’ve G Guy Fisher. Reybourn. Jawbone 

5* 2 4 Musgr’ve 8 Flamma, Fly. Fairy, Bally Cliff 

By Broomstick — Flooarline (J. Livingston). 

'll *i!!!£- vr T 4 Jawbone. P. Glass. Swannanoa 

£ L S*Fbourn. Calgary. Swannanoa 

,5 c 1 ’5 or <*l :> Buskin. Star Gaze. C.Hollowav 

5 or i el « - L.O’M’Life. B’negat. Strenuous 

6» 6« J Kederis < Milton B.. Any Port, Flora Fina 
S, , 5 f* Fina . Swannanoa. Fellowman 

i Callahan 0 H.Private. I. Gentleman. J. Casey 
1*5 l l Buxton 4 Flora Fina, Cream, Sleeth at 
B y Stalwart — Kiamesha (J. Bass). ▼ 

6 2 5*1 J McCabe » Buskin. Star Gaze C. Hollow . v 



75 6 111 Borel 
2 4 25 Borel 
6 8 Kederis 
3 8 3 3 Kederis 
3*° 3 2 i J Callahan 
1*5 l 1 Buxtou 



By Stalwart — Kiamesha (J. Bass). 

6 2 5*1 J McCabe 0 Buskin. Star Gaze C He 
5*5 4" J McTag’t 8 L.O’M’Life. P.Call’v. Bn 
3* 2 3 Karriek G Knlink-.-i w u- 



Holloway 

Barnegat 



10700 Saratoga 


1 1-8 


1 :52y 6 fast 


6 


97 


7 


5 


6 


6 


6 2 


4*^ Ambrose 


7 


10452 Saratoga 


1 1-S 


l:51 3 5 fast 


25 


S8 


S 


3 


1 


1 


l 3 


2b J McTag’t 




10284 Saratoga 


1 


1:39 fast 


13-5 


92 


3 


5 


5 


5 


3J 


3*5 MeCahey 




10183 Saratoga 


3-4 


l:13*/ 5 fast 


60 


102 


5 




5 


5 




3 2 MeCahey 


5 


9414 Belmont 


3-4 l:12%fast 


40 


95 


3 


7 


7 


7 


7 


7 12 MeCahey 


7 


9213 Bel. Ter. 


Ab3-4 


fast 


35 


106 


8 




8 


4 


4* 


R.out.'McC’y 


8 


9198 B’kline 


A b7-8 


1 : 26% fast 


3-5 


135 












l 3 R Gilbert 


6 



3* 2 3 Karriek 6 Kalinka. W. Welles. W. Horn 

2* 2* Karriek 4 Flying Fairy, Fifty Five. 

4 4 3 5 Karridk 4 D.Macdonald. Oakhurst. P’shlre 

l 2 1* Karriek 3 Montresor. Lohengrin 

By Bryn Mawr— Pilgrimage (T. Clyde). 

!\ !!!2v°^ ley 8 nskln - star C. Hollow iv 

4«t 6* Ambrose S L.O’M’Life, P.Call’y. BarnegdV 

3> 3 7 Ambrose :» Benanet. Cliff Edge. Stariiottle 

3 1*»* Ambrose 3 Edda. Bvvana Tumbo 

3* 3 2 Ambrose 7 Cliff Edge. Upright. Cogs 

4 3 4 3 5 Ambrose 6 Hoffman. TowtonFieJd. ParUner 

4*5 2* G Burn* 8 KnightsDifler, J. Stein. Ch’pew’nu 

4* 4*« Rowley 7 Mission, Sotemia, Bounder 

l* E Martin 5 S. Jasmine, Am. Jenks, Flamuia 
2* 2 2 E Martiu 7 York. Boy. Jawlione (others f«u. 

4 2 4 6 5 E Martin 7 Worth. Hamilton. Froglegs 

By Star Shoot — Lyndall (H. L. Pratt). 

6 2 4*5 Ambrose « Jawbone, P. Glass. Swannanoa 



9103 B’kline Abl 1-8 1 :53 fast 2-5 
8900 Belmont 1 1:43 fast 25 

AZYIAPE, b. f. 4 



1*5 1*5 Borel 4 Pharaoh, Labold, Volthorpe 

0* 6°5 Borel 11 Compliment. Luria, Afterglow 

3 3 3 ,0 iBorel 7 Grasmere. I.Lestrade, F.Mullh’nd 

3 h 4 2 5 Borel 8 Kate K.. WorkingLad, L. Jupiter 

3® k 3-" Borel 7 Col. Cook. Stentor, Cr. de Men the 

15 2C. Borel b Kate K.. Grasmere, Daingerfield 

Oh 10* #5 W Andressir* A more t. Blue Thistle. Wilhite 
5 3 5 3 Kirsch’m 8 Floral Day. Spindle. Love Day 

2 2 2 2 5 Borel 4 In. .Man. Gold of Ophir. Console 

By Burgomaster — Trovatora (J. M. Zimmer). 

3 8 :C T Davies .5 Grasmere, Beaucoup. S. Den rah 
4>' 3 3 5 T McTag’t G L’. Bryson. Dr. Duenner. Napier 

2 3 l h T McTag’t s B(‘aucv»up. Lit. Jupiter. Napier 

3= 2 2 .1 McTag’t G W. Lad. Star Actress, Abdon 

Swish. F. Mulhollaud 
F.Mulh’d. C.deMentbe 



10782 Saratoga 3-4 l:12%fast 12 
9640 Belmont 3-4 l:12%fast 15 
95S8 Belmont 3-4 l:13%good 13-5 
8612 Douglas 3-4 1:12 fast 13 
8254 Churchill 3^1 l:13%fast 3-5 
7804 H.deG race 55 f l:07%fast 9-20 
5956 Laurel 3-4 1:13 fast 13-6 

GUY FISHER, b. h. 7 
10472 Saratoga 1 1-8 l:51%fast 10 
10284 Saratoga 1 1:39 fast 9-5 
10227 Saratoga 1 l:39%fast 8 
9983 Belmont 1 1-8 l:52%fast 5 
9530 Belmont 1 1-16 1 :44%fast 10 
9462 Belmont 1 1-16 1:45 fast 13-5 
9363 Belmont 1 l:38%fast 9-5 
9151 Belmont 1 1-4 2:03%fast 12 



112 

141 2 3 3 

100 

103 4 3 

106 3 1 4 
108 1 3 4 

107 6 2 

112 1 2 
111 1 1 
110 2 1 
106 

107 3 8 8 



5 3 2 MeCahey r» Hawthorn. Genesta. Hobnob 

7 7* 2 MeCahey 7 His Majesty. Shackleton. Sickle 

4 2 R.out.'McC’y 8 Elnar. Sickle. Joluiny 

l 3 R Gilbert G Footlights. Culvert, Ariosto 
1*» R Gilbert 4 Willing, Cloud. Ariosto 
2* 3 2 5 Mr Alpers 4 El Oro. Merry Task. F. Yankee 
By Cactu* n. — Mitt C. (H. C. Hallenbeck). 



7' 7 T i Brady 
7 7* J iMusgr’ ve 
6 6 7 } Musgr’ve 

5J 3** Musgr’ve 
2** 4 s Musgr’ve 
l 2 l 3 Musgr’ve 
1*5 D5 McTag’rt 



10 Is i rose. Star Jasmine. Leochares 
7 Spring Board, I. Mask. Meridian 
G Spring Board. Sickle, Nightstick 
13 C. Hill, Round the World, Sebago 
7 C. Jones, Presumption. Benanet 
G Altamaba. Tarts. Spohn 
10 Rosseaux. Isidora. Star Jasmine 



106 4 4 4 
109 5 4 7 
US 4 4 4 

118 355 
108 12 2 



Jupiter. Napier 



FIFTH RACE— 7-8 Mile. 2-year-olds. 

PRESTON LYNN. ch. c. 2 112 

10766 Saratoga 5A f 1 :09%slow 35 113 8 

10699 Saratoga 5» f 1 :07%fast 8 109 5 

1063S Saratoga 3-4 1 :13%fast 15 112 2 

7930 H.deGrace 45 f 54%fast 7 107 3 

7882 H.deGrace 45 f 55 slow 20 117 5 

7862 H.deGrace 45 f 54%fast 35 115 5 

7606 Chariest’ n 45 f 55%good 25 112 4 

ROBERT OLIVER, ch. g. 2 105 

1063s Saratoga 3-4 t:13%fast 10 105 6 

10496 Saratoga 3-4 l:l3%fast 8 105 8 

10427 Saratoga 55 f 1:07 fast 10 111 7 

10258 Saratoga 3-4 1 :14%fast 10 107 8 

10078 Belmont 55 f l:05%fast 2* 107 2 

9946 Belmont 55 f st l:07%slop 25 110 5 

9S30 Belmont 55 f st 1:08 fast 6 107 7 

9586 Belmont 55 f l:08%good 9-5 106 5 

9323 Belmont 55 f st l:06%fast 4 109 8 

OLD BEN. b. g. 2 107 



By Sain — Appollonia (E. F. Cooney). 

8b 8* 2 $Byrne 9 C.o’theW’k. Nights’k. P. Eugene 

2 3 2*5 Butwell Impression. StarGaze, Reybourn 

3 1 3 3 * Butwell lo Lahore. L.O’M’Life, Starbottle 

4 4*i| Wolfe 4 D.Macdon’d. Lahore. G.M. Miller 

7 6* Musgr’ve 7 Meridian. C.o’theWalk. Lahore 

4 i^JMusar’ve 4 C o’theWatk. G.M. Miller. Mission 

5 4 23 Butwell b Hedge. Reybourn, Jawbone 

3* 4 3 i Butwell 7 W.B’omIL. G.M. Miller. S.J’son 



By Dick Welles— Animosity (J. M. Zimmer). 

2*5 1* T McTag’t 12 Mordecai, Cannock. Rosa Mundi 
5- 4*5 T McTag’t !) Superintendent. Delft. Vega 
2* 6 7 J T McTag’t S Korfbage. Naiad. Robert Oliver 
3b 3 2 * Snyder 5 Gordon. Mordecai. Milky W.n 

7 7 ,2 5R Hoffman 7 Enver Bey. Gainer. Executor 

7' 9'" Musgr’ve 10 Gainer. TradeMark. UometteBleu 
1'5 1* J Hanover 4 Gordon. Miss Waters. San Jon 
By Fatherless — Diamontina (R. Parr), 

7- 3 4 Butwell s Korfbage. Naiad. Anytime 

7 3 5-J T Davies 8 Anytime. Naiad. Rosa Mundi 

8 4C. T Davies 8 Korfbage. Har. Queen. Anytime 

4'* 4 3 i Butwell 9 Edith W.. Naiad. Sosius 

3* 2 3 Butwell ii Water Lady, Galop. Francis 

4* 4 8 5 Butwell 5 Anytime. The Spirit. Andes 

2*5 1“ Butwell S Delft. Gallop. Disparity 

2*5 2*5 Butwell 7 S’intendeut, Lancewood, Pol.H. 

5 2 5 a 5 Butwell 8 Suuer’ tendon t. S’henge. W.Lady 



10726 Saratoga 
1 Saratoga 
10404 Saratoga 
16268 Saratoga 
9207 Latonia 
9164 Latonia 



3-4 1 :l3%fast 16-20 109 1 
3-4 1:15 fast 13-5 105 9 

55 f 1 :07 fast 15 106 9 

3-4 l:14%fast 10 109 9 

51 f 1 :»)6%fast 8 1061 7 

5-S l:04%mud 3 109 2 



9110 


Estonia 


55 f 


1 :07%fast 


31-10 


109 


1 


8 


7 


8952 


Latonia 


5-8 


1 :00%fast 


6-5 


108 


7 


4 


3 


S845 


Latonia 


r.-s 


1 :00%fast 


63-10 


105 


7 


6 


4 


8635 


Douglas 


5-8 


1 :00%fast 


19-10 


108 


7 


6 


5 


S459 


Douglas 


5-8 


1 :0l fast 


53-10 


108 


8 


8 


5 


BAC. 

10726 


ch. g. 2 

Salat «»ga 


3-4 


1 : 13% fast 


0 


111 

Ii:: 


3 


1 


1 


106*)2 


Saratoga 


55 f 


1 :06%fast 


30 


105 


3 


2 


3 


10 :’* k; 


Saratoga 


55 f 


1:08 fast 


3 


111 


1 


1 


1 


9763 


Windsor 


5-8 


1 :05%livy 


15 


112 


u 


2 


2 


8370 


Churchill 


45 f 


51*^fast 


30 


07 


6 




4 



CFNTAURI. ch. g. 2 



10756 Saratoga 51 1 1 :09*f,slow 5 
10320 Saratoga 3-4 1:15 fast 50 
H)020 Hamilton 3-4 l:U-.-.fast 6i> 
9973 Hamilton 55 f 1 :06%fast 30 
961S Fort Erie 5-8 1 :02%good 4 
9421 Fort Erie 5-8 1 :o3%slow 6 
9i35 Hamilton 5-8 1:02 fast 12 
9052 Connaught 5-8 l:02’4r.fast 6 
880») Blue Bon. 5-8 1 :03%fast 12 
CHRISTOPHINE. br. f, 2 
10429 Saratoga 51 f 1 :07%fast S 
9229 Latonia 3-4 l:134f,fast 31-10 
9014 I-atonia 5-8 UOCsniud 7-5 
8893 Lat onia 5-8 1 :00%fast 10 
8635 Di»uglas 5-S 1 :00%fast 67-10 
8534 Douglas 5-8 1 :01%fast 3 
8421 Churchill 41 f 54%s!ow 29-10 
8367 Churchill 5-8 1:01 fast 2 
8228 Churchill 4J f 54%fast 18 



9014 Latonia 
8893 Latonia 
8635 Douglas 
8534 Douglas 
8421 Churchill 
8367 Churchill 
8228 Churchill 



By Ben Brush — Commune (W. G. Yanke). 

2‘* 2 h Borel I line. Itayliead. Surnassing 

6* 3 4 Borel in Undaunted. Delft. Salon 

4 2 3 3 Borel lo Supcrint’d’t. N’therner, Y.Tree 

9 7»*|Borel •* Edith W.. Naiad, Sosius 

5* 4 4 J Borel s Black Toney. O’Haguu. Minda 

Borel 7 Susan 15. , John Gund. l*ebec«» 

2b 2‘J Borel s Edith W . Ambition, litouzcwing 

3- 2* Borel S Ida Livinia, Harwood, Tiktok 

5 4 3*5 Borel 9 Bandit, BarbaraLaue. B P.rot'ivr 

3* 3 4 J Borel 7 Bandit. Brig’s Brother. Tiktok 

35 2» k Borel S I.. Fortune, Bar. Lane, Harwood 

By Cunard — Bandello (E. R. Bradley). 

1* I' 1 Loftus t obi Ben. Ga.vu. uu. Surpassing 

1' 7* 2 .1 McDon’d s Penuant, Orotund. Ralph 

l 4 IO. Loftus :• Francis. Small. Perth R«K*k 

3* 5>* .1 McDonald 7 Rust. Brass. Harbard. Fidelity 

4$ 5* **.McDon’ld S Vandergrift. Magnet. Candy Box 
By Star Shoot — Vassari (R. T. WiUon). 

6"k »;*-7 Byrne 12 I'r^t. Lynn. Mordecai. Cannock 

•- 7’-* 7 Ncander 10 I ndaiilited. Delft. Old Beil ^ 

•j 1 " 3 1 4 E Martin •'» S. Maid. Black Toney. Perpetual* 

5 3 4*5 Ambrose 1; Black Toney. Emer. Gem Hodge 

3 s 2 2 Ambrose Id Colors. Miss Gayle. Requiraiu 

2b 33 Ambrose S. Rocket. P. Rutledge. T. Urchin 

4 2 2)5 Ambrose 11 D. Waters. Pat Rutledge. Osaple 

4nk 4-} Ambrose G D. Waters. Greenbrae, L. Travers 

3 3 1* J Wilson 11 Parcel Post. Requiraiu. D. Waters 

By Plaudit — Emma Traunmiller (J. N. Camden). 

5- 4‘ E Martin S Crossbun. Edith W. Naiad 

2* 2 4 B Steele s Watermelon. Dr. Sam’ I. .\Ie^bacli 

7 2 5 s B Steele 10 Ave. Marty Lou. Eranata 

85 S 4 } B Steele id Minda. BirdieWUliams.Robinetta 

C Musgr’ve 7 Bandit. Brig’s Brother. Old Beu 



3"' 2' 4 K Martin 
6* 4*5 Ambrose 
3 s 2 2 Ambrose 
3 h 3 i{ Ambrose 
4 2 2)5 Ambrose 
4» k 4 3 } Ambrose 



2* 2 4 B Steele 
7 2 5 3 B Steele 
85 S 4 } B Steel* 
C Musgr’v 



3 2 ink B Steele 12 SbelbyBelle. Ida l.iviui-i. May L. 



4' 2* B Steele 

1*5 ]“b B Steele 



7 It. ami Sa*l*ll .*. Aheduego. L. Tail 
12 Watomieloii. V May. F. Cherry 



6* 4 s * B Steele 12 Black Toney, Sosius, Bronzewlng 



FRIDAY. AUGUST 29. 1913. 



DAILY RACING FORM. 



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9 






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Hv Monsieur •! 


0 


1.' Onne_W.il nf Tat. (If. W 


FATHOM, ch. r, 


2 


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!% i'i’qn 1* t 


i • 


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1”32S Fort Erie 
1*)273 I ’ort Frir 


3-4 1. 
5-3 1 


S;i rut OKU 
Saratoga 


<’5 i 


1 .11 


slow 




b 








I 4 ' 2'. Troxler 


i 


Arrington. Uklibbcua, Saudou 


b'lia ll.umUoii 


3-4 1: 


• ! 4 


1:15 


fast 


15 


JOS 


•i 


3 


3 


3 3 ' 5 4 i Troxler 


10 


Undaunted, Delft. Old Ben 


9993 Hamilton 


5-8 1: 


Saratoga 


55 f 


1 :07 


last 


20 


llo 


l 


4 


4 


4 1 6 7 Troxler 


8 


Korfhage, Har. Queen, Anytime 
Susan B.. Ll Mahdi. Unfurl 


9321 Belmont 


3-4 1: 


Sara t oga 


' 


1 :d7 2; 


ifnst 


15 


119 


3 


2 


2 


2‘* 2* 7’roxler 


1 2 


9153 Belmont 5- 


-8 fit 1 : 


sa rn toga 


r»5 r 


1 :U7 


fast 


30 


105 


3 


3 


3 


4 2 ~ 3«J MH’ahey 


7 


S’intendont. Salon. Korfhage 


8915 Belmont 55 


f st 1 : 


Surat oga 


51 f 


1 :09 


good 


10 


109 


5 


3 


4 


rp 6*; r MeTag’i 


1 ft 


Yankee Tree. Uharmense. Naiad 


8758 Belmont 


■,S st 


Belmont 


:: 4 


1:15 


slop 


10 


107 


4 


1 1 


2 


l 1 1»‘ McCfllrey 


4 


Flginny, Small. Ortyx 


8348 Pimlico 


5-8 1: 



Bv Ethejhart— Ferment (N. K. B*al>. 

I 'blather d Ho4g* Czar Michael I* B» 1 
I’lr 1 ! I ' brother I " ,lust V Patience IJ> he 1 
:; ,w Deromlc < Hodge. I*. William-. BaulVr* 

10 2 9' * 1«” broth* r 1- CzarMichael, Rod Star. Mockery 



7 14 F’ brother 



Punch Bowl. Mater. Gainer 



85 7 14 F’brothcr 13 Early Rose. Surprising. Naiad 
7 1 7*5 F* brother 12 Surp’sing, Stromboli.P.-Amer’e.m 
7 l 6% F' brother 8 Punch Bowl. El Biod. Gainer 



SMALL, b. c. 2 

l"7% Saratoga 
10474 Saratoga 
10306 Saratoga 
102.78 Saratoga 
10017 Belmont 
9892 Belmont 5X 
WATER LADY. 
l< , <:99 Saratoga 
l<»42l* Saratoga 
10078 Belmont 
l<>»ir# Belmont 
!*7GK Belmont 5J 
9.728 Belmont 5.*. 



b. c. 2 

3 i l:14*fast 
3-4 1 :13%fast 
:: 4 i :i3%fast 
r»5 f 1:07%fast 
55 f 1 :«i7 last 
5?. f st 1 :06%fast 
2 

”-4 l:14%fast 
3-4 l:13%fast 
5\fl:ox fast 
3-4 l:14%fast 
S t 1:15 Mop 
f.\ f st 1 :07%fast 
f. b. f. 2 

5.'. f 1 :((7%fast 
55 f 1 :07%rast 
54 f ] : 0*5%, last 
3-4 l:l3%fast 
5J f st 1 :06 fast 
r.i f st 1 :06%fast 



9415 


Belmont 5 


f St 


; fast 


8 


V) 


3 


2 


1 


15 l 1 It'litntire 


9088 


Belmont 5 


f st 


1 : 06% fast 


4 


109 


5 


4 


2 


3nb 3>3 R’b (mire 


Belmont 5 


f st 


1 :06%fast 


4-5 


M7 


2 


1 


1 


lh 2»k McCahey 


FLASK, blk. f. 

l"37o Saratoga 


2 

5. 4 . f 


1 :07% 


fast 


15 


98 

!)S 






10 


Bv Yankee — C* 

10i ioi3 Karriek 


r»28<) 


sarat oga 


55 f 


1 :07 


fast 


15 


1UT» 


6 


S 


8 


6 4 6* Karriek 


10145 


Saratoga 


^5 f 


1 :«>9 good 


8 


I • H • 


6 


7 


7 


7 2 7 5 i Karriek 


9830 


Belmont 5 


f st 


1 :08 fast 


6 


196 


5 


C 


6 


6nk r»*J Karriek 


‘•765 


Belmont 5i 


i f st 


1 : '(6%, fast 


6 


99 


2 


1 


1 


l 1 l l Karriek 



By Dorante — Stolen Moments (C. J. Quinn). 

4‘ A Wilson || Monetise. .1 Nolan. El Malidi 

4' .7' ; .1 MeTag’t s Korfhage. Naiad. Robert Oliver 

4' 4 M .1 McTag’rtlo Undaunted. Re Hoe. ,|. Nolan 
r.i* 5*5 .1 Glass 12 Susan P... l ily oruie. El Malidi 
7 7 2 - .1 Glass 7 Su {tori in widen t. Salon. I.ily Orine 

4 11 4 4 J J Glass 10 Flask, Mary Warren. Disparity 
By Yankee — Raglan (M. Boney). 

6" r» 4 5 T Davies 11 llortense. .1. Nolan. El Mabdi 

7 1 6 ,T .1 Glass 10 Undaunted. Belloc. J. Nolan 

3 h 3 2 J .1 Glass ft Bac. Francis. Perth Rock 

8«> 8 14 *J Wilson 9 Edith W.. Naiad. Sosius 
3 20 3% J Wilson 4 Lily Ornie. Figinnv, Ortyx 

7A 4 3 1 J Wilson 10 Uncle Mun, El Biod. Scrapper 

By Waterboy — Duchess of Towers (R. F. Carman). 
7' *;-“I..l McTag’t 9 Superintendent. Delft. Vega 
7 7 ,, |Nicklaus s Crossbun. Edith W.. Naiad 
1 1 5 I s Nicklaus 5 Robert Oliver, Gallop. Francis 
6 5> 4 Nicklaus (5 Anytime, Wood .Shoes, TlioSpirit 

3 l 1?. It’ lit m ire <; Holiday. Anytime. Sup’tendent 
2 2 2“ R’htmire 5 Lady Grant. Delft. Mar. .Meise 
1-5 l 1 R’litniiro <» Gallop. W. Shoes. M or decal 
3nk 3»5 R’b tin ire 8 Superintendent. S’ehenge, Flask 
lh 2“^ McCahey ft R. Oliver. Miss Waters. O. Cross 
Bv Yankee — Canteen (Oneck Stable). 

10 13 Karriek 12 Susan It.. Lily Onne. El Mahdi 
6* 5? Karriek 9 Florin. Susan It.. Salon 

7 2 7 5 } Karriek 9 Yankee Tree. Chnrmeuse. Naiad 
«nk r»«J Karriek 8 Robert Oliver. Delft. Gallop 

l 1 l l Karriek 10 M. Warren. Disparity. H’rthent 



7 7 1 ’JNicklaus 

1 1 5 l 3 Nicklaus 
6 .7' 4 Nicklaus 

3 1 1?. It’btmire 

2 2 2» R’htmire 



SIXTH RACE — 1 Mile. 
119. i 



3-year-olds and upward. Maidens. Special Weights. 



NOBLE GRAND, b. g. 4 105 

-*-»7G Hamilton :: l l:!l%faat 1.70 106 5 
7 :G <’b:irb’n lmTOy 1 :45%fast .70 102 f. 

7 • s < li.irle.ston 7 S 1 :29%,good-00 10.7 7 

7448 < ’liurle.sfn .72 f 1:07%slow oo loc 5 

7413 t’horlest’n r,» f l:07%fast 30 lit 8 

7 296 Charleston 6 4 . f 1:21 fast ,70 101 6 

7125 Charleston 5} f 1 :<>7i fast 4 102 2 

PROSPECT, br. g, 3 105 

9 449 Saratoga l l :4I fast 11-20 98 3 
h’37 1 Saratoga 3-4 1 : 13% fast 10 113 11 

101ft; Saratoga 1 1 :42%fast 9-3 111 4 
9881 Windsor 3-4 1:15 fast 11-5 102 7 
9802 Windsor 1 l:43%fast 5 104 11 

*983 Latonia 1 1-16 l:46%fast 11-5 102 9 
8930 Latonia lm70y 1 :44 fast 33-10 102 9 
8716 Douglas 3-4 1:13 good 14 93 11 

8614 Douglas 1 1-16 1 :46 last 41-5 98 8 
8.36 Douglas lm70y 1:45 fast fid 1»>61 7 
CARROLL REID. ch. c. 3 108 

1"‘ 71 Saratoga 3-4 1 :13%fast 8 112 10 

|cn79 Belmont 3-4 1:16 slow 30 99 1 

9982 Belmont 7-S 1:27 fast 40 104 8 

9:93 Belmont 3-4 l:ll%fast 40 109 7 



i"7:’4 Saratoga 
■ • v • * - Windsor 
9486 Fort Erie 
9205 Hamilton 
861.7 Toronto 
8.740 Toronto 



, ch. c. 3 




108 






By The Picket 


3-4 1 :13%fast 


8 


112 10 ll 


11 


11 


2 1UC..J Glass 


3-4 1:16 slow 


30 


99 1 3 


3 


3 


2 3 Brady 


7-S 1:27 fast 


40 


104 8 8 8 


8 


8 


S 1!4 McFad’n 


3-4 l:ll%fast 


40 


109 7 7 


7 


7 


7 23 McFad’n 


ir. f, 4 




103 






By Sain — Ora : 



3-4 l:14%fast 6 
i 1 :43%fast S 
1 1 :45%good 20 
3-4 l:15%fast 30 
3-4 1:15 fast 11 
3-4 l:14%fast 34-5 



ANN TILLY, blk. f, 3 

10724 So ratoga 3 1 1 :14%fast 



l"*»ii.7 Saratoga 
i<>44*.* Saratoga 
je::7i Saratoga 
9083 Belmont 



4 1 : 13 Vs fast 30 

1 1:41 fast 4 

: 4 1 : 13-Vast 



106 7 5 

109 3 1 1 

114 4 1 1 
113J12 11 

1134 8 5 

106 1 3 

103 

103 6 4 

94 | S 
101 5 11 
Mi 8 7 

107 11 10 10 



GILBERT, b. g. 5 

b"*“74 Saratoga I 1:50 slow 2 
8899 lielmont 1 1 : 48% fast S 

% 8*32 Pip.lt’k 1 1 16 1:51 fast 15 
8786 Pip. Hock l 1-2 2:44%fast 10 

V763 Benning 1 1-2 2:52 hvy 6 
853 2 Benning 1 1-4 2:20%hvy 4 

8494 Benning lm70y l:55%good 5 
MARGERUM, ch. g. 4 
10724 Saratoga 2-tl:l4%fast 15 
99196 Laurel 5J f 1 :09%fast 45 
!'87l4 Pimlico .7 8 l:0ia£fast 30 



WEATHER CLEAR. TRACK FAST. 



Racing starts at 2:30 p. m. 
▼ Runs well iu mud. © 



(Mi maidens. 



at 2:30 p. m. (Chicago time. 1:30. » 
in mud. ©Superior mud runner. 
Apprentice allowance. 



Fifth Race— 1 Mile. 

3-year-olds and upward. Selling, 
i Track record : Ml. 34—1 :41 % — u i to. i 



First Race — 5 1-2 Furlongs. 

2 year-olds. Handicap. 

Ca nadiun-Foaled. 

(Track record : 0117 — 1:07% — H — 106.) 



Ind. llors,. Wt. Rec. A.Wt.Han. 

(10624) Old Reliable 110x700 

Mh> 24 : Dark Rosa Icon . . . ldSx6Si> 

10624 Marion Gaiety .... J12..(K)0 

f Sykesie, ch. e. by 

Arnica th II. — Sa- 

laniis 106 

t Gomniodore Lou. br. 

c. by lldrim — 

Missing Link ... HO 

fW. Martin entry. 

Second Race — 3-4 Mile. 

2-year-olds. Handicap. 

(Track record: 0140 — 1:45%, — 3 — 103.1 

(10503) Hodge US 1:13% 128X725 

10.793 3 i'zai Michael 112 1:1.7 V- 113X720 

10.303 3 Fathom OS 1:14 105x717 

lo7»t; Mindn 10.7 1:14% 107.. 71.7 

10.703 Emerald Gem 104. .710 

10774 Stevesta 06x700 

Lady Trinity, b. f, 
by Star Shoot — 

Semper d’Or .... 102 

Third Race — 1 1-8 Miles. 

3-vear-olds and upward. Selling. 

( Tra ck record : N061 - -1 :.73 4: , — 4 — 1 03. > 

10663- TACTICS 4 111x725 

ooos Naughty Lad 10.7 1:53 5 110X715 

10750 The Gardener ... 7 107X710 

10.70.7** Strite 105 2 :02 V -, ni 4 104. .710 

10749* Mimesis 88 1:57% 3 04. .705 



lud. 


Horse. 


Wt. 


Ree. 


A 


W’t.Han. 


Kwm;.* 


Spellbound 


. . 10.3 


:.*»% 




112X725 


1077.ii* 


Chemulpo 


loo 


1 : 4 1 * 




1020720 


10772) 


Dick Dead wood. 






;j 


101 X 715 


10514 


Ardelon 


.101 


: 40%. 


3 


ft 4 .) X 71 5 


1077S* 


Bohbv (’o<d< 


. . DM) 


1 :42% 


7 


KN1X71II 


10777 


D)ve Dtiy 


. . 101 


1 :.’{ft 


4 


107 X 705 


Ift7l)2) 


Willis .*. 


. .107 


1 : 44 




101 x705 


10.344 


Venetn Strome 


. !)(j 


1 : 42% 


7 


103© 705 


1074ft 


R. II. Gray 


. ft? 


1 :4:;% 




lOl X TOO 



Sixth Race— 3-4 Mile. 

3-year-olds and upward. Selling. 

♦ Track record: 0140 — 1:14%-, — 3 — 103.) 



1O.70.7-* Strite 
10740* Mimesis 



1O02S- Anavri 115 1:12% 6 103X725 

(10662) Tankard 102 1:13%, 3 102 x 720 

1 10.713 1 Inlan 90 1:12% 4 105x720 

10510 s Tom Sayers . .108 1:13 6 106. .720 

1 1<H»2S 1 Quced 102 1:1.7% 3 102X715 

1O02S 3 * Fred I.cvx HHi 1:14»-. 4 100x715 

10590 3 Back Buy 100 1:12% .7 107x71.7 

10211 Spring Maid P»2 1:13% 3 07x715 

♦ 10.780c* La Mode .103 1:12% 3 07X710 

SI 51* Spohn 112 1:12% S 108x710 

10589 Springmass 115 1:13% 5 104x70.7 

10778 Camel 105 1:13% 7 103 X 700 j 

Also eligible t«» start iu order named should any 
of the above be scratched: 

10494* Camellia 107 1:13%, 4 100 x 695 

9851* Ben Prior 10241:14% 5 100 X 696 

0357- Myrtle Marion . . . . 1 : m; 1:15%, 5 101xtfi)5 

(10749i* Mama Johnson .... os 1:14%, :: sj»x705 

10750- Jim I KM* 1:12% 5 100x705 

Seventh Race — 1 Mile. 

3-year-olds and upward. Selling. 

(Track record: !M)54 — 1:41% — 6 — 110.) 

10215* The Rump OS 1:30%, 4 105X725 





Fourth Race — 3-4 

3 -year olds and upward. 
Traek record: !>140 — 1:14 


Mile. 

Handicap. 
3 l":: 


• ) 


10278 2 

10772 s 

1000(5 

10324* 


107 K ii 


Pan Zareta 


l 


: 12 


3 


110X735 


11)74’.) 


1O740 2 


Sherwood . . . 


112 


: 1 1 % 


6. 


114X730 


10681 


J 0(470 : 


Towton Field 


110 


* 1 1 1 - - 


5 


103. .730 


40 DU 


10.500 » 


York vi lib 


107 




3 


102X725 


ftftOl 


lo.au; 


Mediator .... 


llo 


: i:;*“- 


5 


I") 725 


0793 


l(M*2ft ) 


York laid . . . 


115 


:1.;% 


4 


fts x 720 


DX54V- 



10215* The Kuiiiii 
10401 I^ird Liam 
10772-* Miss Jonah 



Tom Holland 
Bernadotte 
Ralph Lloyd . 

Mimesis 

Senator Sparks 
Garneau .... 
Lady Rankin 
Heretic 



. .104 1:41% 

. . 98 1:42 

7.10.7 1:40 
.112 1:44% in 
. . 90 1 :41%, 

. . 90 l :43 
. . 99 1 :43 
. . 07 1 :41 Vs 
..107 1:40% 
.107 1:40% 
..100 1:43% 



Index Course 


Dist TiineT’ckOdds 


W’t St 


Va % 


% 


OLD RELIABLE, b. c. 2 




110 








1 062 4 Windsor 


5-S 1:06 hvy 


15 


103 


4 


4 


2 


Dire; 1 Windsor 


5-8 1:<)l%fast 


15 


m 


3 


5 


5 


lo.';.’:: Fort Erie 


5-8 1 :o6 4 f,hvy 


15 


103 


3 


3 


3 


10242 Fort Erie 


5-8 1 :01%fast 


40 


103 


1 


2 


2 


DARK ROSALEEN. br. f. 2 




108 








106l’ 1 Windsor 


5-8 1:06 hvy 


14-5 


107 


5 






10322 Fort Erie 


5-S l:06%hvy 


7-10 


no 


2 


2 


2 


9554 Fort Erie 


5-8 l:04%good 


7-10 


109 


1 


1 


I 


9353 Hamilton 


•5-8 1 :01%fa8t 


7-5 


105 


5 


3 


2 


90 r.D Conn’ght 


45 f 56%fast 


1-2 


106 


2 


1 


1 


s545 Toronto 


4?. f 55%fast 


10 


115 


6 




4 


84(W ’I’oronto 


1-2 48%fast 


2} 


107 


2 




1 


MARION GAIETY, b. f. 2 




112 








lu62l Windsor 


5-8 1:06 hvy 


8 


114 


1 


Ji 


i 


Pi.V.l W’indsor 


5-8 1 :01%fast 


8 


no 


1 


3 


1 


9880 Windsoi 


5-8 1 :62%fast 


8-5 


104 


4 


3 


3 


9353 Hamilton 


5-8 l.-01%fast 


8 


105 


3 


5 


4 


8545 Toronto 


45 1 55%fast 


f’ld 


115 


1 




2 


First start 


for the following: 










SYKESIE. ch. 


c, 2 




106 








COMMODORE 


LOU. br. c, 2 




110 









SECOND RACE — 3-4 Milo. 2-year-olds. Handicap. (0140 — 1:14% 3 — 103.) 



HODGE, ch. g. 2 

K*,!*:: Windsor '! 

Fort Erie 3 
i i ’ort i 

■ 

Kd 19 Hamilton 3- 
'i(73 Hamilton 55 
Windsor 55 
97:*7 Windsor 5- 

9441 Latonia 5 

9378 Latonia 3 

CZAR BHCHAEL. 
’959:: Windsor 5?. 

19511 W’indnor 51 

F’ort Erie ■' 
lu:::*r, Tort l>ie 51 
999.* Hamilton 
Windsor 

9761 Windsor 5- 



f Lb ’ .nuid 
1 1 :H%good 

f 1 :<x; fast 
4 l:13%fast 
f l:06%fast 
f 1 :o6%fast 
8 l:vo%faat 
4 l:13%fast 
4 l:13%fast 
b. c. 2 
f 1 :10%niud 
f 1 :05%fast 
1 l:14%good 
f l.H-r.hvy 

s 1 all i >fast 
s l :<Mi%fast 
8 1 :04%hvy 



128 

9-20 ll . 
7-10 122 
11-20 1US 
U-5 106 
3-4 115 
25 1(»7 

9-10 111 
11-5 105 
13-lU 107 
43-20 108 



8.97 Pimlico 45 f 
8112 Pimlico 4* f 
7928 H.ileGrace 4i f 
MM7DA. b. f, 2 
10746 Connaught 3-4 
9281 Latonia 3-1 
920? J^atonia 55 f 
9072 Latonia 55 f 
8893 Latonia 5-8 
8845 Latonia 5-8 
8769 Douglas 5-8 
EMERALD GEM. b. 
10593 Windsor 55 f 
9973 Hamilton 55 f 
9915 Windsor 5-S 
9865 Windsor 5-8 
9731 Windsor 5-8 
9374 Latonia 5-8 
9110 Latonia 55 f 
9004 Latonia 5-S 
STEVESTA. b. f. 2 
10774 (’onn’ght .*5 f 
10307 Dufferin Ab5-S 
10157 Dufferin Ab5-8 
9899 King Ed. Ab5-S 
971*: King Ed. 45 f 
968’S KingEG. A 1.5 -S 
943:5 Delorimier 5-8 
9399 Delorimier 1-2 
LADY TRINITY, b. 
First start. 



•56 hvy 5 
5.7% fast 47-10 
55 fast 5 

1 :15%hvy 15 

1 :13%fast 9 
l:06%fast 37-10 
1 :C7 good 12 
1 : 00% fast 3J 
l:00%fast 27-10 
1:00 fast 11 
f. 2 1 

l:10%mud 10 
1 :06%fast 20 
1 :00%fast 3 
1 :01%fast 6-5 l 
1 :01%fast 13-5 
1 : 00% fast 9-5 ] 
l:07?f;fast 24 
l:01%fast 17-5 1 

l:09%slow 5 
l:o3 slop 3 
1 :02%fast 3-2 
1:01 slow 8-5 : 
1 :00%hvy 4-5 ] 

1 :0!%fast 3 
1 :03%f ast 4 1 

49 fast 3 1 

f. 2 ] 



2 4 2 3 F* brother 
3 4 3* F* brother 
2» 2 f * F’brother 
2 3 2 1 J I*” brother 



8 Punch Bowl. El Biod. Gainer 

6 Garl, Canto, Beau Pere 

8 Executor. Mater, Graselle 
4 Garl. Defendum. Worstdnle 

7 W. Waddell. Spearhead. W.Slioea 



By McGee — Sans Pared II. (T. P. Hayes). 

5 1 4 W W T'lor .7 PanZareta. Sherwood. Sir Blai 



6 50 6 fi French 7 B.andSaddle. W’melon. Mockery 

3 h 3 4 B Steele 8 Black Toney, O’Hagan, Old Beti 

3 2 3 2 J Buxton 6 IVglmrst. B. and Saddle. B. Lane 

3$ 1" Loftus in B. Williams, Robinetta, I>. Mint 

7 2 5*5 Buxton ft Bandit. Barbara Lane. Old Ben 
3 h 2 X J E Martin 8 Casuarina. B.Lane. B. Williams 
By McGee — Cappadocia (E. J. O’Connor), 

8 8 ,n 5Kederis v Hodge. Rus. Brass. ('. Michael 
15 2 l Kederis *; Black Toney. Hodge. Oentauri 
2b 2* Neylon 11 M. Declare. CzarMichael. Behest 
3nk 6*5 E Martin K* Katina, Colors, Laura 
25 3! Goose 10 Colors. L. Travers. Miss Declare 

l 3 l 4 Kirsch’m ll M. McKee, Serenata, V. May 
7 8 M 5J Henry 8 Edith W.. Old Ben, Ambition 
ink 51 j j Henry 12 Ovation. Cbarmeuse. Lindar 
By Dick Welles — Mandorna (J. F. Kelly). 

35 4 4 2 Obert 7 Z<xlia«-. L. Travers. Nancy Orme 

l 1 Dre.vcr ft Laura, Shippegan. Odd* Cross 

1* .1 McIntyre in Laura. Ro«ith. Silver Tone 
S 1R J McIntyre 8 L. Rebel. \|. Sister. T. Ilanc(M*k 
1% J McIntyre 6 Booth. Parcel Post. Spittir* 

25 J McIntyre 8 Par. Post. 'I'. Hancock. Kett’dnim 
25 J McIntyre 8 Temiiest, Ratigan. Shippegan 
1* J Melntyre 8 Tom Hancock. P.Post. ColonelC. 
By Star Shoot — Semper d’Or. 



THIRD RACE — 1 1-8 Miles. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. 



By Oddfellow — Comraena (T. G. Enright). 

65 8 Mi Van Dusen 8 Leochares, Pan Znrcta. Ten Point 

5 .7' %Y and 'sen .7 Dr.Duenuer. Armor. Volthorpe 

6‘ 5' 4 Vand’sen s D.M’donahl. Sln*rw.»od, P. Ahmed 

5* 5*2 Valid’. sen C S.R. Meyer. Sherwood. CnugtiHill 

75 7‘- Vandus’n 10 SIi<tw*hh 1. Pr. Ahmed. Americus 

6 6 n i Va ndusen 6 S. Blaise, p. Ahmed, S. R. M A yer 
2»> 3** E Martin 8 Tarts. Queen Bee'. Inspired 

By Yorks’e Lad or Ces’ion — Sh’drona(E. R. Bradley). 
3' ; 2' J McDon’d 7 Chopin. Euterpe. Ann Tilly 

7 X 4 10 Loftus 12 Sylvan. Brynliinah, Bruin Belle 

3 2 3 3 Loftus 7 Belamour. Brynlimah, Euterpe 

3*5 3 2 5 Buxton 11 Battery, Trovato, Constituent 

4 2 5 2 J Kederis 12 Queed, Karl of Savoy. Luther 

J* J* Teahan ft The Grader.B’ly H’der. Marsh’n 

3 l 5 3*5 McDon Id it Jimmie Gill. V’erena, Olga St.ir 

7 h 4 s French 11 Chart ier. Sir Marion. Volita 



TACTICS, b. g. 4 

1(166:*. Windsor lm70yl :47%hvy ' 

lh::76 Ft. Erie ImToy l:l6%good : 
10329 Fort Erie 1 1 16 1:52 hvy ! 



9888 


Belmont 


1 


1:41 fast 


30 


109 


(5 


6 


6 


0 


NAUGHTY LAD, 


b. 


h. 5 




110 










9098 


KingEd. 1 


1-4 


2:14 slow 


4 


113 










8883 


BlueRon. 1 


1-S 


1 :56%fast 


10 


107 


1 


9 


9 


7 


8831 


BlueBon. 1 


1-4 


2 : 10 fast 


10 


104 


4 


3 


1 


1 


8754 


BlueBon. 1 


1-8 


1 :56%fast 


20 


112 


3 


10 


9 


9 


S695 


Delorimier 


7-8 


1 :48%,hvy 


2-5 


114 











8593 De I’m ier 1 1-16 2:12%hvy 
8556 Delorimier 65 f 1 :37%hvy 
7745 M’lboro 1 1-16 1 ::77%hvy 
7741 M’lboro 1 1-16 l:58%slo\v 



By Hastings — Merry Token (N. K. Beal). 

3 1 2- E’ brother 8 Rash. My Fellow. II. liulcliisoii 

l 2 l 2 P’ brother 7 Husky Lad. M. Jonah. Adolariie 

2' 15 F’broth’r 7 Rash, Mud Sill. Pliant 

65 7‘ ® 2 F’ brother 8 Muff. L. of Langden. T.. George 

6" k 7 5 E ’brother ll W. Welles, Daingerfleld. Caliph 
By Fatherless— Ellerslie (H. Phillips), 

6 j Wills 13 Strite, II. Ilutch’son, I*. Thorpe 

4 1 l? Dennler 10 Colston, L. M. Eckert Frog 

1- l 2 Montour tl Cuttyhunk, Stairs. Jack La.von 

9’'* 9- 1 Small 11 Apiaster, L. M. Eckert. Stairs 

2 nl{ Mondon 6 lyeialoha, P’arlington. S’ganibian 

2* 5 Hall 7 Cuttyh’k. D.ofB’gew’r.G.Treas’re 



(P Wills 
4 1 lj Dennler 
I 2 l 2 Montour 
9’ 3 9 21 Small 
2nk Mondon 
2 15 Hall 



6 2 ‘ A Morgan 8 Cuttyh’k. Earl ofRich’d.’ Htorioon 



2ot Dreyer 
3 11 A M’ thews 



3 1 3 3 | J Callahan ft Strong. Harry Lauder. BillvHolder l' 

65 6 3 } W Audresall Billy Holder. Guide Post.' Strong 1 

By The Picket — Little Em (E. B. Ackerman). ^ 

11- 11 1 7 5-1 Glass 12 Sylvan. Brynlimah. Bruin Roll - x \\ 
3 2“ Brady 3 Besom, Aviator •• 

S 8 1! * McFad’n 8 Ocean Blue. Siekle. Perthshire 9 

7 7 23 McFad’n 7 S. Board. Ilia Majesty. Y. Notions ft: 



a 5* 5-3 p Moody ft MissBiush. G. Planet. Mo. Girl 

L 2 11 4*5 P Moody 12 Queed, Earl of Savoy, Luther 

1 1 lut 2 1 W Knapp 8 Autumn, Battery, Oakland Lad 

11 11 10* 10 24 W Knapp 12 Kayderoseros. B. Collins, I. Ham 

0 5 7 7 12 W Knapp 8 B. Daylight. Mausolus. G.B.Leill 

3 4 4 s 3*5 P Moody 7 CbadBuford. Bryndor. G.B.Ledi 

By. Isidor — Aranza II. (J. M. Zimmer). 

4 3 2»5 4*5 J MeTag’t ft MlssRrusli. <;. Planet. Mo. Girl 

2 2 4 1 7 W Ward 14 Compliment. Lurla, Afterglow 

1 1 4"' 4* 2 Nicklaus 7 Chopin, Prospect. Euterpe 

l 4 Jjl fi” T MeTag’t 12 Sylvan. Brynlimah. Bruin Belle 

10 9 9‘ 7*5 Minder 12 Cadeau. L. Lightning. Hcnpei-k 

By Sir Dixon— Alpena (Lieut. G. S. Patton). 

1 2 2* 2 s (’apt M'h’ll :! I landrunning. Mason 

4 2 2* 2" Lt Patton 7 Klnuelon. IMgli’dCItief. Goldw.’ck 

5 5 5 ,fl 5 2 3 Lt Patton 7 Eadbald. Willing. Handninning 

idled up. Lt Patton 10 Absconder. Eadbald. Willing 

3 1 * Lt Patton 7 Willing. High. Chief. H’druuning 

C° Lt Patton S H’drunnig. Han. Louise. Gold wick 

2- Lt Patton ft H’drunning, Han. Louise, II. Chief 

By Burgomaster — Margerique (Mrs. B. Algeo). 

9 S S* S‘- W Ward ft MissBnish. G. Planet. Mo. Girl 

2 6 S S 12 G Burns ft Little Erne. Gift. Vesper 

6 8 75 7 M Dagler ft Lucky Lass. Futurity. Dipper 



7683 M’lboro A 1)7-8 


1 :31 'hvy 


11-5 


llo 










lb C Grand 8 


760S Charle’n lmTOy 


H47%good 10 


108 


2 


4 


3 


4 


2’J 2 2 Montour ♦’» 


7530 Charles’ n 1 


1-S 


1 :56%good 15 


10G 


4 


5 


5 


a 


5 5* Wolfe ft 


THE GARDENER, b 


. g. 7 




107 










By Toddington — La 


I075O Conn’ght 


55 f 


1 : 10%hvy 


15 


111 


s 




4 


6 


fi 1 5*1 F Adams 11 


9795 KingEd. 1 


1-16 


1:54 slow 


3 


112 










7 l3 5J McIntyre 8 


9749 KingEd. 1 


1-16 


1 :56%hvy 


4 


103 










6 18 LT Melntyre (5 


9369 Delorimier 


7 8 


1 :30%fast 


8-5 


no 










l 2 J McIntyre 8 


9339 Del’mier 1 


1-16 


l : 50%, fast 


3 


no 










8 1 * J McIntyre S ( 


2133 KingEd. 1 


1-16 


1 :51%fast 


2 


114 










l 5 ,T McIntyre 12 ; 


8975 KingEd. 1 


1-16 


1:50 fast 


10 


111 










5 7 } J McIntyre ft i 


877S Blue Bon. 


7-8 


l:28%fast 


20 


105 


8 


3 


3 


6 


Gj 5 3 J J Mclntyrelft . 


7777 Jamestown 


3-4 


1:15 good 


7 


104 


2 




3 


4 


6 3 5 41 5Montour 8 



Stairs, Sylvestris, E.ofRichmond 
Otilo. Wood Dove, Cliff Top 
W oo«l Dove, Jim Milton. Bay Cliff 
Font, ldlewefss. Haldeman 
Ella Graue. Pliant. Frog 



BeauBrummel 



7766 Jamest'wn 55 f l:08%fast 3-2 112 5 

7753 Jamestown 3-4 1:16 mud 35 109 2 

STRITE. b. c. 4 104 

10595 Windsor 1 1-8 1 : 57%, mud 20 ui.~. 7 

10491 Windsor 1 1-16 1 :46%fast 20 107 6 

959S Ft. Erie lm70y 1 :47%good 25 106 6 

9460 Ft. Erie lm70y 1 :50%slow 15 112 2 

9336 Hamilton 1 1-4 2:03% fast 12 112 6 

909S KingEd. 1 1-4 2:14 slow 5 112 

9032 KingEd. 1 1 :43%fast 3 115 

8853 Blue Bon. 7-S 1:80 fast 13 120 4 

MIMESIS, br. f. 3 94 

10749 ('onn’ght 55 f 1:10 hvy 15 9S 9 

1"495 Windsor 1 1-16 1:4S fast 9 9S 8 

9314 Hamilton 1 1-8 1:56 fast 7 95 8 

9266 Hamilton 1 l:40%fast 30 88 3 

9116 ('Onn’ght 11-8 1:56 fast 15 S6 6 

9056 Conn’ght 1 1-8 1:56 fast 9-5 88 7 

8989 ( ’onn’ght 1 1-8 l:56%fast 10 107 9 1 

8754 BlueRon. 1 1-S l:5G%fast 15 95 11 

8621 Toronto 1 1-16 1 :49%fast 27 90 7 

8436 Toronto 1 1-8 l:54%tast 53 107 6 



6 2 6 8 G Burns 8 Toniata, S. Princess, Frol Levy 

3‘5 2 l Taplln 7 Q’n Mark, Blue Mouse. Cynosun 

By Modred — Little Margaret (H. T. Ellison). 



7 7 21 * Gross 

gin gio Gross 
6* 6 3 $ Kill’w’th 
7J 7 14 KUl w’th 
2* 6 12 Small 
1» Kill’w’th 
l"t Kill’w’th 
4 s 2‘ KUlw’lh 



7 Trovato. Marsbon. Dynamite 
7 Falcada. Spindle. J. II. Houghton 
7 HedgeRose. L.M. Eckert, Clinton 
ft MollieS., H. Howdy, L.ofL’ngden 
7 MollieS.. Ta Nun Da. Woodcraft 
13 11. Hutchison. l\ Thorpe, C.Stre’m 
0 Cliff Stream. Sunguide. Tee May 
<1 Magpie. Oliver Lo«lge, Velsiiii 



4 s 2* Killw 111 (1 Magpie. Oliver laulge, Velsini 

By Ogden — Mimosa (W. Walker). 

5 1 4* E Carter 12 M. Johnson, Henpeck. (Jeo.Karmc 

7’ 7* E Carter 8 CarltonC’Iub. Goo«lDay. M. Jonah 
3* 5* Neylon 12 Hasson. McCreary. Marie T. 

4 4 3% Neylon 10 Muff, Daisy Platt. Jonquil 
6*5 6 1 1 Neylon 7 l.Lestrade. I,.(Jeorge. J’cqnellqa 
5” 5 # | Snyder 7 Azo. Rash, Judge Monek 
5'5 5* Snyder 10 L.M. Eckert, LnekyGeorge, Rash 
A Wilson 1J Apiaster. L. M. Eckert. Stairs 



4 2 3 2 Snyder 
5 3 f. 2C *Small 



7 HowdyHowdy, Hasson. C. Buford 
(*► Kleburne, F. Sight. Spring Maid 



Connaught Park Entries and Past Performances for Friday, August 29. 



FOURTH RACE — 3-4 Mile. 3-ycar-olds and upward. Handicap. (ft140 — 1:14%-, 



PAN ZARETA. ch. f. 3 

10746 (’onnaught 3-4 l:15%hvy 4-5 

10626 Windsor 3-4 l:17%hvy 3 

10509 Windsor 3-4 l:12%fast 2 

10825 Fort Erie 3-4 1 :17%hvy 11-10 
10213 Fort Erie 3-4 1:13 fast 7 

10121 Hamilton 3-4 l:12%fast 3 

9997 Hamilton 3-4 l:ll%fasf 

9976 Hamilton 3-4 l:ll%fasi 

9913 Windsor 3-4 1 :12%fasl 

9812 Windsor 3-4 1:17 hvy 

6HERW00D. b. g, 6 
10746 (’onnaught 3-4 l:15%hvy 

10512 Windsor 3-4 1 :12 fas! 

9621 Fort Erie 3-4 l:15%goo 

9315 Hamilton 3-4 l:12%fas1 

9.64 Hamilton 3-4 1:12 fas! 

9117 Conn’ght 55 f l:07%fasi 



3-4 1 :ll%fast 11-5 
3-4 l:ll%fast 6 
3-4 l:12%fast 35 



3-4 l:15%hvy 13-3 
3-4 1 :12 fast 15 
3-4 l:15%good 3-2 
3-4 l:12%ffcst 7 
3-4 1:12 fast 40 
55 f l:07%fast 3 



t 100 005 

5 100 X (KM) 

r. 101 • 005 

:; sp x 7(>5 
lOOx 70, 



9117 Conn'ght 5X f l:07%fast 3 
9014 Connaught 3-4 1 :15%fast 5 
8750 Blue Bon. 3-4 1 :14%fast 6-5 
k>17 Toronto 3-4 1:13 fast 3-2 
T0WT0N FIELD, b. h. 5 
10670 Saratoga 3-4 l:14%slow 7 
10G70 Saratoga 1 l:39%fast 6 
10431 Saratoga 1 l:38%fast 4 
10055 Hamilton 7-S 1:26 fast 15 
9825 Windsor 1 1 :42%good 45 
9485 Ft. Erie 1 1-16 1 :50%good 10 
9241 Ham* ton 1 1-16 l:46%tast 5 
MB Connaught i l:4l%fast 4 
9(d4 Connaught 3-4 1:15%fast 7 



8S82 Blue Bon. 
8827 Blue Bon. 
8723 Blue Bon. 



7-S l:27%fast 11-5 
1 l:4t%fast 3J 
1 l:42%fast ; 



4 105X725 
0 115X720 

5 108x715 

:: io:;y7i j 

7 K Ml X 710 

3 107X705 

:i ft5 X 705 
:: 03. .700 

4 117X700 

5 101X700 

4 112X005 

5 111 X 4240 
4 105X085 



YORKVILLE. b. c. 3 

10590 Windsor 3-4 l:15%mud 12-5 

| 10614 Windsor 1 l:39%fast 8 

P‘494 Windsor 3-4 l:12%fast S 

9S26 Windsor 3-4 1 :15%good 5 

9759 Windsor 3-4 1 :18%hvy 11-5 

9356 Hamilton 5i f 1 :07%fast 4 

9335 Hamilton 3-4 1:13 fast 4 

9236 Hamilton 3-4 1 :13%fast 7 

8349 Pimlico 3-4 l:13%fast 31-10 

8247 Pimlico 3-4 l:13%fast 27-10 

8079 Pimlico 3-4 l:13%fast 28 

7729 Jamestown 3-4 1:14 fast 12 

MEDIATOR, b. h. 5 
10396 FortErie 1 1-16 l:45%good 15 
10375 Fort Erie 3-4 l:14%good 9 



10375 Fort Erie 
10247 Fort Erie 
10121 Hamilton 
10055 Hamilton 
9913 Windsor 
9729 Windsor 
S827 Blue Bon. 



1 l:38%tast 15 
3-4 l:12%fast 20 
7-8 1:26 fast 5 
3-4 l:12%fast 60 
3-4 1:13 fast 60 
1 l:41%fast 10 



720 BlueBon. 1 1-8 1:54 fast 



110 

105 2 

104 3 
100 3 

m 2 

96 . \ 3 
99 3 
103i 5 
98 3 
98 2 

106 4 
114 

114 1 
111 6 
113 2 
116 2 

115 4 
122 4 

115 2 

116 2 
111 2 
103 
109 4 
103 3 1 
106 7 7 
102 1 5 



114 4 1 
110 1 1 
106 1 
110 3 3 

105 1 3 
110 4 5 
102 

103 1 

102 5 1 

109 2 

101 4 

102 1 
114 2 
107 2 
101 9 
113 3 

103 1 
100 2 
95 2 

104 

100 4 1 
107 3 
107 4 4 
1081 1 
95 3 4 

110 4 

106 7 
106 3 4 



By Ab« Frank— Caddie Griffith (J. F. Newman). 

1% 1% Kederis 5 Sherwood. SirBIaise. C. Stream 

3- 2 2 Kederis 4 Flabbergast. Hel. Barbee. Crisco 

2 h 2® k Kederis 4 GreatBritaiu, Grosvenor, Crisco 

l 1 l 1 Kederis 0 Joe Knight. Duqucsne. Cowl 

3 1 4 2 J Callahan 0 Calgary. Useeit, Leochares 



15 2*» J Callahan 
1‘1 3%. Gross 
3 2 2 4 Kederis 
Ink 2*» Kederis 
3 l ® 3 2 J Gross 



5 Marjorie A.. Sir Blaise, Mediator 
5 SirBIaise, Sun Queen. K’tsDJffer 
8 Leochares, Ten Point, Calgary 
8 Plate( ; lass. Sir Blaise. Mediator 
4 M. Picture. Leochares, Belray 



8617 Toronto 
8577 Toronto 



3-4 1:13 fast 



FIRST RACE — 5 1-2 Furlongs. 2-year-olds. Canadian-foaled. Handicap. (!)117 l :(*7% 



Str Fin Jockeys Started Order of Finish 
By David Garrick— Sampan (S. Mintz). 

2 5 l h D Connelly 5 s. Day. D. R«>saleen, M. Gaietv 
4 2 3% 1> Connelly (! MnrlonGaiety. Meissen. Martola 
3 1 3° D Connelly (» D.Rosaleen. M.Fox, O.Mabelle 
3J 4 5 1 D Connelly 5 Meissen. Moss Fox. Lady Isle 
By Havoc — Irish Lass II. (J. E. Seagram). 

4 2 3 4 3 Kederis 5 <). Reliable, s. Day, M. Gaiety 

2 2 l 2 Kederis 6 MossFox. (). Reliable. O.Mubetle 
l h l 2 F Adan)s 4 l>. Cluster, Lady Isle. Alai Bass 

2 3 2 10 Gross 7 SlipperDay. Alai Bass. M.Gaiety 

2 2 2M F Adams 5 Meissen, DiamondCluster. Sinsin 

4 3 2 5 Butwell 13 Beehive, SlipperDay. CornBroou 
l 3 2 h Butwell 13 Beehive. Slipper Day, Murtola 

By Martimas — Miss Gaiety (E. Glassco). 

4‘ Van Dusen 5 O. Reliable. S. Day. D.Rosaleen 
P I'M’ Peak 6 Meissen, Old Reliable, Martola 
4 1 5 4 Hopkins 5 Froissart, I>. Cluster. Lady Isle 
5 2 4 l *JC 'Furner 7 Slip. Day D. RosaleAi. AlaiBass 
2’ 5* Hopkins 13 Beehive. D.Rosaleen. SlipperDay 

By Armeath II. — Salamis (W. Martin). 

By lldrim — Missing Link (W. Martin). 



8467 Toronto lm70>* 

YORK LAD. br. c. 4 


1 :45%fast 


14%i 


113 

98 


1 2 


3 


3 


4nk 6% Butwell 

By Yorkshire I 


let, 29 


Windsor lmTOy 


1 :51%hvy 


1 


IK) 


1 1 


1 


1 


1*5 


ink 


Obert 


10023 


Hamilton 


3-4 


1 :12%tast 


5 


109 


9 


9 


9 


85 


S 11 


Deronde 


9759 


W’indsor 


3-4 


l:18%hvy 


3 


no 


3 


9 


8 


6b 


2 2 


Deronde 


9524 


Fort Erie 


3-4 


1:17 good 8 


113 


6 


2 


3 


3* 


4 2 


Snyder 


9456 


Fort Erie 


3-4 


1 :18%slow 


9-5 


116 


4 


5 


2 


2‘5 


2 1 


A Wilson 


9316 


Hamilton 


3-4 


1:13 fast 


6 


115 


6 


4 


4 


4 2 


2 1 


Nathan 


9055 


Conn’ght 


55 f l:09%fast 


2| 


107 


2 


1 


4 


1» 


1» 


Snyder 


8878 


Blue Bon. 


3-4 


l:15%fast 


3i 


no 


3 


2 


1 


l 4 




Nathan 


8722 


Blue Bon. 


3-4 


1 :15%fast 


6 


115 


12 


9 


9 


8* 


4 2 j 


G Burns 


8439 


Toronto 


3-4 


1:14% fast 


7 


117 11 


9 


8 


3* 


luk 


G Bums 



By Allan-a-Dale — Monarka (J. W. Hedrick). 

2 5 2L5 C IVak 5 PanZareta. SirBIaise, (’.Stream 

3 2 3«J C Peak (* Buekhorn, MarjorieA., P.AIma .l 

2 4 l h Loftus 3 Honey Bee. Spr.Maid J Kellogg 

45 7% G Burns 8 K’ghtsDiffer. Kingly. Astrologer 

4 . 4 Horron, Calgary. Hawthorn 

3 s 3-J E Seharf 4 Carlton G., Flex. Uprlgbi 

1 1 li E Seharf 4 Tow. Field, Carlton G., Upright 

l«k 2>1 J Wilson 5 Upright. Hoffman. Flabbergast 

4 2 lh J Wilson 5 Calgary, MovingPicture, Crisco 

Bv Ben Brush— White Rose (A. G. Blakeley). 

4 4 3*5 J (ilnss 5 Joe Knight. Scvsius. Belamour 

2% 3«5 J Glass 4 Jawbone, Hodge, Dr. Duenner 

4h 5*1 Ambrose 7 Roy. Meteor, it. Stone. Sientor 

6 G»5 Ambrose 0 Cliff Edge, Mediator. Donerull 

4 s 4% Gross 5 Cliff Edge. Just Ited. Busy 

in 5*1 Ambrose .*» Kudolfo. Ymir, Flabbergast 

3 3 4% Gross 8 J. Reardon. Pardner, The Rump 

1* 14 Ambrose 8 Pardner. Ymlr. Effendi 

2h 25 Ambrose 4 Sherwood. Carlton G.. Upright 

4* lh J Wilson 7 Spell bou ml. Fred Levy. Apiaster 

35 24 Deronde t> Hoffman, Towton Field, Airey 

2 b 2h J Wilson 10 Pardner. Grif, Pandoriua 

By Yorkshire Lad — Susie Bush (F. Farrington). 

1‘* 1* E Carter ♦ Three Links. Back Bay, Cowl 

2h 3** H (iray 8 Ivabel. Wander, Ardelon 

7* 7* F’broth’r S Three Links. Cowl, Back Bav 

15 3\ Neylon 10 Pr. Ahmed. R. Brigade, L. Hull 

1 2 l 2 Montour ft York Lad. Glint, Liberty Hall 

44 44 R Watts ft H. Bee. Theo Cook. Double Five 

1 3 l 6 R Watts 12 Simcoe, Rosemarv, Fred Levy 

Snyder 12 Marjorie A.. Tankard. Montcalm 

4“h o*5 J Butwell 7 H’y Bee, Progressive, Magazine 

li «.°? )bi , ns 6 Perthshire. Magazine, Big Dipper 

6* 7*4 bkirvin 7 Cadeau, Merry Task, Aldebarau 

l 1 24 J McDon’d 7 Sir Blaise. Palanquin. G. Hughes 
By Meddler — Martha Gorman (W. Martin). 

I 1 :’nk Kederis 0 Donerail. Dx’hiel, Calgary 

4 2 4 13 R W’atts 5 MarjorieA.. TheW.Moon. Upright 

44 4 2 Kederis 7 Knights Differ. Zim. Flex 

5 44 R Watts 5 MarjorieA.. PanZareta. S.Blaise 

2 1 2nk E Martin 0 Cliff Edge. Donerail. PlateGlass 

4 2 4«2 R Watts 8 PlateGlass, PanZareta, S.BIals** 

I Watts 8 K’tsDiffer. G. Britain. JimBasey 

b 6 16 5D Connelly 0 Hoffman. To* ton Field. Pardner 

3 3 14 D Connelly 3 Horron. Buskin 

5 5 7 $ G Burns 5 Sherwood. Calgary. Mov. Picture 

6h 7 1 4Clement 8 Knights Differ. Airev. Joe Stein 
4nk 6% Butwell 7 Barnegat. Cliff Edge. Ymir 



4 Chemulpo. Kinmund.v. Woodcraft 
ft Flex. Hoffman. Three Links 
ft Yorkville. Glint, Liberty Hall 
13 Cowl, Gold Cap. Chuckles 

7 G. Cap, Grosvenor. II. Hutchison 

8 Honey Bee. Thnkard, Joe Stein 
0 Jessup Burn. Toddling. S.Jauies 
8 StarGift, Agnier. Burn. Daylight 

1<* Spellb’d. Righte’y. ClothesBrush 
12 Ardelon. Carrillon. Tom Sayers 



FIFTH RACE — 1 Mile. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. (ft054 — 1:41% — d— lift, i 



6PELLB0UND, b. g, 7 ] 

10662 Windsor 55 l l:08%hvy 30 
9081 Connaught 1 1 :42%fast 1 
8882 Blue Bon. 7-8 l:27%fast 15 
8722 Blue Bon. 3-4 l:15%fast 55 
8647 Toronto lm7oy l:45%last 29-5 ] 

8465 Toronto 3-4 1:14 fast 9 1 

7962 Pimlico lm60y 1:46 fast — 

7931 H.deG’ce lm70yl:4*5 fast 3 ] 

CJHEMULPO. ch. m. i ] 

10775 ( ’onnaught 1 1 :43%slow 3-2 
10629 W’indsor lm70y l:51%livy 45 
10589 Windsor 3-4 1:16 mud 6 
10463 Windsor 55 f 1:06 fast 12 



By Albert— Hoodoo (Miss E. A. Tyson). 



By Ivan the Terrible — Nan. Hodge (F. J. Coleman). 
"i- 14 Small s Rust. Brass. C. Michael. Kibhn 

P l 3 Small (’. CzarMichael. Fathom Ru. Brass 

I' l 2 Teahan 5 MissGayle, Rust. Bras-. OsapN- 

2 2 l 4 Teahan s M. Gayle. Vaudergrift. T.l’sh«r 

Ink i< Teahan t B. Williams. Fathom. Beau Pert* 

2* 34 Buxton d Blaekloney. Em. Gem, Ceutauri 

2* 2b (loose 0 Osapie. Rags. Alador 

3* 1« E Martin 5 B. Toney. It. Williams. A’zeruept 

1J l 2 E Martin ft Gipsy Love, Caro Nome, Bolter 

2»» 3% E Martin 7 Cosis, Harwood. Candy Box 

By Ivan the Terrible — Sosega (J. W. Hedrick). 

3 1 ” 3% Gross s Hodge. Rustling Brass, Kiblnv 

2' : 2 C Peak 3 Miss Gayle. First Degree 

2 2 2 3 Buxton d 1 lodge. Fathom, Rustl. Brass 

3* 3«5 Buxton 4 The Usher. Miss Gayle. Just Y. 

I 3 l 4 B St»*ele 12 Red Star. Mockery. Buzz Around 

3" 3*J Goose 11 Mi<s Declare. I’m Gem. Behest 

2' 2* E Marlin 4 ,N. Maid. John p. Nixon. Sti|(erl 



10589 Windsor 3-4 1:16 mud 6 
( ft>463 Windsor 55 f 1 :00 fast 12 
10377 Fort Erie 5A f 1 :09%good 9 
16223 Dufferin 7-8 l:31%fast 5 
9861 W’indsor 3-4 1:15 fast 12 

9524 W’indsor 55 f 1 :08 good 4 
9M5 W’indsor 3-4 l:17%hvy 4 

DICK DEADW00D. b. g, 3 
1 ' 7: Connaught ::-4 1 :l6%slow 6 
1(>682 Hillcrest 6i f l:31%hvy 3-2 
10611 H’ crest Abo-8 59%fast 8 
16310 Dufferin AU5-S 1 :02%slop 3-2 
10287 Dufferin Ab5-S 1 :02%fast 4 
ARDELON. ch. o. 3 
10514 Windsor 1 1 :39 2 ifast 11% 
10214 Ft. Erie lmTOy 1 :43%fast 35 

9525 Ft. Erie lm70y l:47%good u 
9421 Ft Erie lm7oy 1:49 slow 7 



9290 Hamilton 
9236 Hamilton 



2- 4 1 : 13%f ast 

3- 4 l :13%fast 



9i»ll Conn’ght 55 f 1 :09*%fast 



8753 Blue lion. 
8641 Toronto 
8439 Toronto 
8030 Pimlico 
7957 Pimlico 



2- 41:15 fast 10 

3- 4 1:14 fast 73-10 
3-4 1 :14%fast 27-5 
3-4 l:14%fast Uld 
3 4 1 :14%fast - 



7866 H.deGrace 3 4 l :14V«faat 



rw Obert ft Tankard. Rigbteasy . Duquesne 

o? i! i Dennler C Gerrard. G. Treasure. H. Rose 

rl ? P S?M niUy 7 T ’>"tonField. FredLevy. Apiaster 
5 s 1“ J W ilson lt> Kigbteasv. C. Brush, York Lad 
=1 2!* H al , s . ey J*H. Houghton. StarGift.LoveDav 

ll 12 Magazine. J.H.H’ghtou 

mi J.° f / 2 Oakhurst. B. Dipper. Master Jim 

3 3 3 i Wolfe 8 Tow. Meld, Stairs, F.Mulholland 

By Ben Stromc— Korea (J. W. Hedrick). 
l'l l E Seharf * BigDipper. CliITTop. IlenrieitaW. 
2 s 2nk E S«*hart 4 YorkLad. Kinmuudv. W’ dcraft 

6 2 5 11 E Seharf 7 La Mode. M.Katchain. Chant icior 

•»* 6*5 Buxton 8 JessupBuru. Uighteasy. T. C<»ok 

35 l 1 F Merch’ntll Chryseis, Allaneen. Little Jane 

£ Mflutyre ft T.B’body. G.T’sure. E.Tanguav 

65 6*5 Snyder lo K. McGill. H’skyLad, J.H.H’hton 

6 4 4 s E Seharf 11 Ust^eit. Theo Cook, Inlau 

4-’ 4'2 E Seharf d Font. Nightmare. Russel McGill 

By Dick Welles — Outwai (Mrs. W. H. Frye). 

3\ I 1 War’ ton 11 Miss Jonah, T. Holland. Fairchild 
l 4 War’gton 8 Rxcsilibur. Phew. L des Cogue ts 
2 2 Fuerst 7 Carissinm. J. Marrs. Linbrook 

1’5 Dreyer s Shrcve. Fairchild. Ibalkiu 

2b Dreyer ft LadyEtna. W. Mason. Sen. James 

By Cesarion — NigelU (W. B. Mizell). 

4 1 I s Kederis s Ivabel. Wander. Yorkville 

2' 1* Teahan ft Spindle. Aunt Alice. C. Bravo 

E Seharf lo Clinton. Marie T„ L. M. Eckert 

P b tj rt i • 1 Ravenal, Cogs, Fred Levy 

6- 4% E seharf lo Visible. Simcoe. Jessup Burn 
10 1 10*5 Ambrose 12 Marjorie A.. Yorkville. Tankard 
5‘ Ambrose ft Rigbteasy. Jonquil. Rosemary 
M o° y< ? er ll Lord W’ells. Fteti Levy. Cosgtove 
l 1 * ^nyder 1.7 Cosgrove. Gobi Cap Kigbteasv 
V, 1 S n } r !* er 12 York Lad. Carrillon. Torn Savers 
tl h n ' <>r 1 ;J Nimbus. M. Moments. Deduction 

6* 5*J Snbler 11 Lord Wells. Pop Gun. Rac. Bell* 
1| Snider 1.3 l, ad of l.uugdeu. Mngazlu*. Spin 



4 1 I s Kederis 
2* l 3 Teahan 
5‘ C« E Seharf 
3» 3»| Obert 
6- 4 ‘5 E Seharf 
10 l 10*5 Ambrose 
5‘ 4*5 Ambrose 
G 2 4 S J Snyder 
45 2*5 Snyder 
1*5 2“* Snvder 
4* 4 4 * Snider 
6» 5*J Snbler 
Gi 14 Snbler 




DAILY RACING FORM. 



FRIDAY. AUGUST 29. I'm 



WORRY COOK. br. g. 7 

J"7,> Connaught :: 1 1 :16%sU*w 6 
Windsor linTtly 1:44“-, last 9 



l*» 195 


Windsor 1 


1-16 1 


IS fa st 


7 


103 


;; 


2 2 


1 


1ft l-i W W T’lor 


i*ii*;s 


\> imlsor lui7 4 »y 1 


43 2 f.fH.st 


:;«> 


98 




2 2 


2 


6ft 7 : ‘ft W W T’lor 


103*8 


Fort Erie l 


1-16 1 


53%hv-y 


20 


108 


2 


6 5 


6 


7ft 7 1 HBnxton 


LOVE DAY. b. 


C. 4 






107 








By Peep o’Day — 


10777 


* on gut 1 


1-16 1 


49%slov\ 


15 


108 




7 7 


6 


7 5 3 Lounsb’y 


i* **.*..> 


\\ in*isor 


3-1 1 


16 hvy 


15 


in 


O 


6 


1) 


6 4" ft L» Connell v 


1 <’**'■ 78 


Windsor 


3-4 1 


:19%hvy 


10 


116 


7 


7 


6 


5ft 4 2 } D Connelly 


193**N 


Tort Kri** 


3 -4 1 


•13%.good 


:■*) 


113 


4 


6 


6 


5 • 4 ? I* Connelly 


9S*I$ 


1 ort 


3-4 1 


:17 4 r .good 


8 


115 


9 


7 


6 


5 2 l 2 A Da V* son 1 


9559 


I ort Krie 


3-4 1 


:16*K good 


8 


115 


7 


8 


7 


4* 4 f i Loftus 
41 5®I Buxton 


!• k>9 


Ft. Erie lm7<*y 1 


:52 slow 


5 


112 


5 


6 4 


3 


WILLIS, b. c. 


3 






101 








By Naiturtium — ] 



Bt Magistrate — Lady Aiatree (Keith & Spence). 

7 7 ft W NY T’lor li.de Kail'. J.Gaitens. S.of Uocks 
r Moon* G M.Slil, F ofSavoy. n. Hutchison 



S Re. Marshon. Miceosukee 



'.‘•I 4 - KingEd. Ab6Jf l 
>-s* KingEd. 3-4 1:1 
9526 Delorimier 6 ft f 1:2 
97*01 Delorimier 5-8 1:0 
v.'CG 1 )elorimier A— 8 1:0 
9095 KingEd. 4 ft f 5 
‘.'**5 King Ed. Abo-S 1:0 
>i:u KingEd. ;:-4 1:1 
8971 KingEd. .5-1 1:1 
>*W* Electric 4*. f 5 
N42U Electric Aba-8 0 
VLNETA STROME. b. 
1*341 Dufferin 1 1-16 1:5 
10180 Dufferin 7 -s 1:3: 
*1 KingEd. 1 1-1G 1 :5 
9 v 4. KingEd. 6 ft f 1:3 
'.*74'' KingEd. f*-S 1:0 
I* 177 1 >c l ori niler 5-S 1:0 
V373 Delorim’r 6ft f 1:2 
Dclorintier 3-4 1:1 
•.*132 KingEd. 1 1-16 1:5 
'.• ■'•G KingEd. 3-4 1:21 
R. H. GRAY. br. c. 3 



:2S slow 7-h 
:17 fast 3 
:23 fast 2ft 
:02%fast 2 
:03%fast 8 
56%slow 6 
:01Vfchvv 6 
:16%fast 3 
:17%fast 10 
59 slow’ 3 
59 fust 44 
. m. 7 
:55 fast 2 
:321i£ast 2 
:53 slow 3 
:22%fast 3 
:02%hvy 4 

:02%last 3 
:22%fast 4-5 
:17%l'ast 6-5 

:50%fast 21 
: 20% hvy 6 



10749 t onn’glit 51 f 1 
9394 Delorim’r 61 f 1 
9 H5 KingEd. 41 f 
9030 KingEd. 3-4 1 
M)72 KingEd 3-4 1 
N775 Rlue Bon. 7-S 1 
S738 Electric 1 1 



:lo hvy 20 
:23%fast lu 
56%slow 8 
:16%fast 10 
:l7%fast 7 
:28%fast 40 
:45 fast 5 



10 101 ll 11 * Dennler 
6 s Dennler 
4 3 Johnston 
ll ir> Chappell 
4 4 ft Dennler 
7 5 h 3 ,w Dennler 
2 h Dennler 



12 M.. Johnson, Henpeck. Geo. Karine 
12 E.Tang’y. Sturb’rd. Miss Primity 
10 Willis. Spirelln. Kinder Lou 
12 V. Powers, Y’keelotus, S.ofR’ks 

12 The K. Prince. Eaton. S.of Rocks 

13 Flex, Emily Lee. Senator Sparks 
8 H.Creek. H.M.Sabatb. HoraceE. 



SIXTH RACE — 3-4 Mile. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. (9140- -1 : 14 % 



ANAVRI, b. g , 

bni.” 4 Windsor 3-4 l:l9%hvy 3 
l • »_• tv l’ort Erie 3-4 1:13 fast 7-l( 
1W94 Hamilton 3-4 l:12%l'ast 3 
9 l v, Windsor 5i f 1 :08%fast 35 
>: s» | ’ 0 rt Erie 31 l:15%good 13-' 
466 y deGraee 3-4 l:14%fast 4 
79* 1 t .deGraee 5-8 1:01 good 20 
219 Laurel lnt70v l:44g fast 15 



g:;i:» Laurel lni70v l :44g fast 

6299 ijaurel 3-4 l:14Jj fast 

TANKARD, ch. g. 3 

10662 Windsor 5ft f l;08%livy 



10662 Windsor 
U.il'l Windsor 
10513 Windsor 
10299 Fort Erie 
10211 Fori Erie 



6/. f 1:23 mud 3 
ft f 1 :05%fast 5 
3-4 1 : 15%f ast 4 
3-4 1:13 fast 4; 



103 

3 1 15 5 

7-10 113 5 

3 115 1 

35 115 2 

13-5 116 g 

4 112 8 

20 106 2 

15 114 3 1 

8 113 1 

102 

4 1035 1 

3 102 4 3 

5 103 2 

4 98 4 



997s Hamilton 5 5 f 1 :05%fast 10 



99 is Windsor 5i f l:07Y 5 fast 3 110 

9U 4 Windsor 2-4 l:17%hvy 7-10 105 

INI. AN. ch. g, 4 105 

i'*5i.; Windsor 51 f l:05%fast 6 1**9 

l* 1 **.,, Hamilton 2-4 1 :12%tast 5 99 

9VJ4 Windsor 51 f 1 :o8 good 4 106 

9201 Lalonia 3-4 l:13%fast 9 111 

6122 I <a tenia 3-4 l:l7g livy 11 101 

5386 Toronto 3-4 1:15* hvy 17-10 10S 

f>39.» Toronto 3-4 1:14 slop f’ld 98 

20G8 Lexington 3-4 1 :1GB slow 9-5 112 
TOM BAYERS, blk. g, 8 
10510 Windsor 5ft f 1:07 fast 

102 is Fort Erie 3-4 1:13 last 

in *• Hamilton 1 l:40%fast 

10*>.*'> Hamilton 3-4 l:13%iast 



0 101 4 

t 110 1 
-10 105 2 

105 



4 1:13 last 12 
1 l:40%fast 6 
4 l:13%fast S 



997 s Hamilton 55 f l:05%fast 



9828 Windsor 
9555 Fort Erie 



i ft f 1 :08 good 10 
3-1 l:15%good 12 



9115 Connaught 3-4 l:15%fast 6 
9**v Conn’ght 55 f l:08%fast 21 
90 1 5 Comfght 55 f l:H*%fast G 
896* 4 Conn’ght 55 f l:09%fast 12 
QUEED. ch. g. 3 
10*C - Windsor 3-4 1 :19%hvy 13 



QUEED. ch. g. 3 

Joe Windsor 3-4 1 :19%hvy 

1056:1 IVindsor 7-8 1 :264ifast 25 

101G7 Windsor l 1 ::i9%tasi 20 

10:2*1 Fort Erie 3-4 1:14 good 20 

10321 Fort Erie 3-4 l:17%hvy S 

9862 Windsor 1 l:43%fast 8 

FRED LEVY. blk. c. 3 
106 :> Windsor 3-4 1:19: 5 livy 

10591 Windsor 6£ f 1:23 inui 

1**391 F**rt Erie 3-1 1:14 goo 

10321 Fort Erie 3-4 1 :17%hv> 

1021*4 Fort Erie 3-4 l:16%slo\ 

99 IS Windsor 55 f 1 :07^fasl 

9811 Windsor 3-4 1 iHVihvy 

9737 Windsor 7-8 1 :27?sfas1 

9G2U Fort Erie 3-4 l:15^sgoc 

BACK BAY. b. g, 5 
1* '9 ; J Windsor 3-4 l:15Kmu< 



J*»49l W indsor 
■ •»* . Windsor 
9826 Windsor 
9442 l>atonia 
:’M Latonia 
91 IG Ijatonia 
9005 Latonhi 
8875 l^atoniu 
869) C*«*uglas 



65 f 1:23 mud 20 1<>7 

3-4 1:14 good 8 104 

3-4 l:17%hvy 9 107 

3-4 l:16%slow’ 10 1071 

55 f 1 ’.OT^fast 12 105 

3-tl:17V 5 hvy 6 lufi 
7-8 1 :27%fast 15 104 

3-4 l:15%good 7 101 

g. 5 107 

2.-4 llla^mud 45 108 

3-4 1 :12%fast 12 108 

55 f 1 :08%fast 5 115 

3-4 l:15%good 8 112 

3-4 l:12%rast 21-5 109 
3-4 1 :12Mifast 32-5 111 
3-4 l:l2»/ 3 fast GO 109 
3-4 1:12 fast 58 110 

3-4 1:12 fast 7 & 113 



106 

2 114 7 

12 10S 1 

G m :: 

5 105 8 

30 112 6 

10 103 4 

12 108 2 

6 1% 8 

2| 107 1 

G 108 5 

12 108 1 

102 

13-5 102 2 

25 102 5 

20 101 3 

20 102 9 

5 102 1 

.8 KM 1 

100 

9 1**5 3 

20 107 1 

8 104 1 

9 107 2 

10 107J 2 

12 105 5 

6 106 4 

15 104 1 

7 lul 1 

107 

45 108 3 

l MB <• 

5 115 9 

8 112 7 



3-4 l:12ftfast 14 



SPRING MAID. blk. f. 3 



Fell Fort Erie 
1*1*73 Hamilton 
:*97s Hamilton 
99 1 6 Windsor 
!*G_*1 Fort Erie 
9426 Ft. Erie 



3-4 1:13 fast 9 
3-4 1:12fcfast 10 
51. f 1 :05%fast 6 
1 1 :38%fast 12 
3-t 1 :15%good 8 
1 1-1G 1:51% mud 8 



9388 Ham’ ton 1 1-16 l:47%fast 
9337 Hamilton 1 1-8 1 :54%fast 



2-5 111 1 1 

0 109 6 5 

8 110 7 7 

h 113 6 2 

4 111 5 6 

97 

* 105 6 4 

0 102 7 7 

1 103 11 11 

2 1*7 G 5 6 

1 91 5 5 

160 1 1 2 



850 4 


’I’oronto 


1 l:40%slow 


19 


99 


2 


8136 Toronlo 


1 1-8 l:54%fast 


51-10 


107 


5 


3394 


Fort ICrie 


5-8 l:99i fast 




100 


3 


.YJ06 


Hamilton 


5-8 591 fast 


6 


110 


2 


Ho!!!* 


Ton»nto 


5-8 1:02 slow 9J 


110 


4 


225<> 


Pimlico 


5-8 1:021 good 3-6 


112 


4 


I.A MODE. b. 


f. 3 




97 




l<ioV* 


Windsor 


5-4 1 :16 mud 


5 


103 


5 


!*918 


Windsor 


5?. f l:07%fast 


4 


101 


a 


9s«a; 


Windsor 


3-4 1:15 fast 


3-5 


99 


3 


9 402 


Imtonia 


3-4 l:12%fast 


6 


98 


3 


9306 


Latonia 


5-4 l:12%fast 


15 


103 


0 


9163 


Latonia 


3-4 1:19ft. -mud 


6 


99 


11 


!6C4 


Latonia 


3-4 l:13ft5good 16-5 


105 


1 



SPOHN. b. g. 8 108 

8151 Pimlico 1 l:40%fast f Id lul 6 

7S61 H.deGrace 55 f l:06vufast 8-5 105 2 
7S37 H.deGrace 5?. t 1 :t*6%fast 13-6 101 1 
78**1 H.deGrace 55 f 1 :07%fast 20 102 2 

7786 H deGrace 5-1 f l:<*7%gand 30 103 2 

7136 <1iarle8t*n 55 f 1:08 fast 11-10 116 1 
7:’.^ *'liarh*ston 7-8 1 :->.%good 45 108 1 

7279 « ’harleston 3-4 1 :15%good 3-5 113 1 
7122 Charleston 3-4 l:14* 5 fast 18-5 113 1 
8PRINGMASS. ch. m. 5 104 



J *)•>:* W indsor 3 1 1:16 mud 35 

10191 Windsor 3-4 1 :12%fast 30 

1**391 Fort Erie 3-4 1:11 good 8 

J* 29i l’ori Erie 3-4 1 :164s fast 7 

9VSH Belmont 11:41 fast 10 
93 1 8 Belmont 3-4 1:14 fast 10 

:*1VX Belmont 1 1:40%fast 15 

8317 Pimlico 3-4 1:15 good 7 

CAMEL, b. li. 7 

3077s Connaught 3 1 l:16%slow 10 



103 5 6 

107 5 7 7 
102 8 13 13 



10213 DuffTerin 
1 ♦* 1 se 1 nifTerin 
3**1*::: J>u(T**rin 
Kingl-J*! 
9*-m KingEd. 
97 v* KingEd. 



7-8 1:22 fast 
7 -8 1 : 32% fast 
7-S 1 :32%fast 
5 f 1:26 slow 
5 f 1 :22%fast 
3 1 1 :22%hvy 



KingEd Ab65f 1 :24%fast 10 118 

A Is** eligible to start In order mimed should 
CAMELLIA, b. f. 4 100 

1**494 W indsor 3-4 l:12%fust 15 lor. 7 4 

I**". ’- Hamilton 3-4 l:12%last 20 107 3 5 

9867 W indsor lm70y 1:46 fast 5 106 1 1 3 

981. Windsor 2 4 1:17*ihvy 6 107 I 4 

9 .55 Fort Erie 3-4 l:15%good 4 110 3 1 

77x1 Jaines'n lin70y 1:47 good 5 103 G 7 6 

776 : Jamestown 3-4 1:15%good 40 9s 3 3 

7721 Jaines’n ltn70y 1:46 fast 25 102 3 6 8 

7676 Jaines’n lm70y l:46%fast 35 99 4 3 3 

7638 Jamestown 3-4 1 : 15% last 12 104 9 8 

7611 Charlest’n 55 f 1 :11 slop 6 106 8 7 

BEN PRIOR, b. g. 5 100 

9851 KingEd. Al>64f 1 :21%fast 15 1»H* 

9693 KingEd Ab6Jf 1 :24%fast 6 11** 

9 136 Del’ mit r 1 1-16 1 :5l%fast 2 l*)s 

9370 Del’ niler 1 1-16 1 :51%fast t Kir. 

9345 Del’mier 1 1-16 1:51%, last 6 l OS 

91 41 Con’ght 1 1-16 1 : 19% fast 7 107 2 3 4 

!**.*79 Conn’ght 5$ 1 1 :09%fast 4 109 7 7 

9**15 Conn’ght 55 f l:10%fast 8 101 8 S 



8965 Conn’ght 


5ft f 


1 :09%fast 


15 


110 


13 


11 


9 


\7«*1 Electric 1 


1-16 


1 :54%slow 


7 


Mfi 








MYRTLE MARION. 


b. m. 5 




101 








Hamilton 


7 8 


1 : 27% fast 


20 


112 


1 


5 3 




•*■'<'• Hamilton 


3-4 


1 : 15%fast 


20 


113 


10 


9 


10 


Vi 1 * « ‘"tmauglit 


3-4 


1 : 15% la st 


5 


106 


2 




2 


* > i • '•inuaught 


1 


! :4l%fa -1 


25 


' 


2 


1 I 


2 


9' * 4 onn'ght l 


1-8 


1 :56 ft-;-, fast 


40 


105 


7 


5 6 


10 


Vs,; Hlijt-Bon. 1 


1-8 


1 :7*6’rft fast 


1<J0 


101 


1 


1 1 


1 


4899 Montreal 


1 


1:4l%fast 


10U 


107 


9 


9 10 


9 


45’.’8 KingEd. I 


1-16 


1 :504s fast 


6-5 


110 









4l9x KingEd. 1 1-16 l:51’%fast 
1122 KingEd. 6£. f 1 :23%fast 



By Dick Finnell — Hanoverine (J. W. Hedrick). 



4- E Scharf 
45 3’-' E Scharf 
3- 4 2 5 Buxton 

3i 3 T 5 H Bray 
4=5 Teahan 
U 5V' Montour 
6* r.»| E Scharf 



7 Queod. Anavri, lx*v«> Day 
7 Brawny. Tankard. Glint 
9 SpriugniMKs. Moisant, Cosgrove 
N M.Katcham. C’terpart. P’f*ioea 
S .1. Stein, T. Nightmare, Cosgrove 
12 Widow Wise, Gasket. Tankard 
7 Tankard. TerrlbleBill. R. Dipper 



4** 4 3 i E Scharf 12 Afterglow. Cogs. Pop Gun 

5 1 ! 4 8 5 E Scharf 7 Glint, Anavri. Daisy Platt 

By Rubicon — Genna (P. Sheridan). 

3 s 3 s Kedcris 4 York vi lie. Thre<* Links. Cowl 

4 2 3 4 i Kedcris S Three Links, Cowl. Springmass 

9 2 8 8 P Spencer 11 'nieo Cook, Auavri. R. Daylight 

7 2 8 4 Hopkins 1(* Pr. Ahmed. R. Brigade. Yorkville 

ink 25 Taplin 9 Maria C.. Busy. Merrick 

li 3‘i Kirsch’m 9 A.P’ricia. C.onD’verv. S. Actress 

2 l 25 J Henry !» WiJhitc. Closer. The Grader 

7 4 7 ,1 ?.Cochr:m 9 Flor Roberts, W’ilhite. Closer 
5 1 C 15 I.oftus 7 StarJasmiue. Sonada. Closer 

7 2 Kedcris 9 G. Britain. MarjorieA. S.lt.Meycr 

By Dick Welle* — Flash of Lightning (R. Davies). 

4 1 4 : * P Moody (J T. Links, ltighteasy. R. McGill 

"*■ 4 ,: P Moody 9 Flex. HolTmau. Three Links 

9 2 9 12 P Moody 12 T’seeit, Tankard. Flex 



7 r * 7 ,2 5Montour 
3 2 35 I leronde 
5* 5 s * 1' Mianiy 
45 6 7 £ Deronde 
3» 4*’ P Moodv 
3*» 4 2 J P Moody 
4 20 P Moody 
4 4 4 4 E Martin 
5 4 3 2 i E Martin 
4 1# 3 2 i E Martin 
14 l"k E Martin 



S I*. Ahmed. Blackford. Bcuauet 
•'* Sherwood. HoneyBee. J. K«*llogg 
t‘* Grjf. Just Red. Blackford 
10 Blackford. Edda, \Yo**dcraft 

4 Hamilton. Just Red. JohnFurlong 

7 Iiorron. Flabbergast, Buskin 

0 Kleburne, FirstSight. Chockloa 

8 Ollverlxidge. SandVnle. Br.Patb 
G Genesta, Farrier. Monocacy 

5 Monocacy. Little Hugh, Bravrnv 
7 Buskin. ChurehBell. EarlyLIght 



8 S £ bkirvin 
P Skirvin 
l ? Skirvin 
s* 2 Skirvin 
1* Skirvin 
6> 2 Skirvin 
5 4 5 Skirvin 
l h Skirvin 



JIM 


L., ch. g, 6 




100 


By Ben 8trom< 


JihuO 


Conn'ght 5ft f 


l:lo%hvy JO 


III 7 5 


5 1- 2 , ‘ l ‘ Lounsb’y 


10314 Dufferin Ab5-S 


1:03%^ lop 3 


111 


1"*» Jensen 


10220 


Dufferin Ab.VS 


1 :<*2 fa st 5 


UM, 


1ft llalscy 


10161 


Dufferin Ab5-S 


I :*>l%fast 7 


111. 


6 1 ®JC Knight 


987* 


KingEd. AU5-S 


I:0lt'- slop 5 


Ill 


2 n C Knight 


! 791 


KingEd A b5-8 


1 :00%9low 15 


121 


6®i G W Car 1 



Cbester Kruuj. r*yuamite. C* 



H Glint. RussellMcGMl, Afterglow 
8 McCreary. Clinton/ Barnadotte 



I 2 Skirvin S La Aurora. Kind. Lou . Sen. James 

l 1 Skirvin 11 Cecil, lYince Fonso. Protagoras 

31 Skirvin 7 Nila, Barou de Kalb, G. Castle 

3* Dreyer 7 Protogoras, C. d’Alene. Casanova 

5*5 C Knight 8 Fg**. Clothes Brush, Spirella 

l l Kill’w’th 10 Spirella. Kinder L*u, R. II. Gray 

5 :, 5 Dennison 12 C. Brush, Swiftsure. C. d’Alene 

T* . Dennison 12 Coreopsis, P. Fonso, McAndrews 

25 Skirvin 11 Ce«'il, Jewel of Asia. Fasces 
G :iti Skirvin G Lithario. Touiata. Deborah 
5 :! i Skirvin S Golliwogg. J.Nuunally, WAVelles 
By Ben Strome — Veneta (L. Adrians). 

McIntyre 9 Henotic. P. Dumas. Sen. Spark> 
2* J M**Intyre 8 Cam* 1. Palma. Barn Dau*.e 
ll 2 * J Melntyrell Agnicr. Ursula Emma. History 
7* ,i i.l Melutyro S Y. Powers, Coreopsis. P. Dumas 
3 5 J Melutyro 10 Ugo. Curious. Fanchette 
4*i J McIntyre 8 G. 1’reasur**. H. Lad. P. Thorpe 
3“ J McIntyre 8 Cordova. Chippewayan. R. O’Neil 
1* J Mclntyrel2 AntoMald, E. of R’uioiul. Agnier 
1* Dreyer ll PrinceFonso. Otilo. EvaTanguay 
5 7 5 J Mclntyrelrt IjordWells, OrlmarLad. Leialoha 
By Nasturtium — Annul (G. S. Brodie). 



SEVENTH RACE-— 1 Mil«. 3-yoai-olds and upward. Soiling. 



—Blue Jacket (J. H. Lamb). 

ll I*. I’lvf. Rye Straw Sylvestri* 
S I.eialoha. Glipian. Lima 
S A lu-ou. Racing Bell. Proclivity 
in Miss Felix. Touiata, KacingR. 



1 9054- -1:11 V. 



THE RUMP. ch. g. 4 105 

1**215 Ft. Erie lm70y 1:44 fast 5 1**5 3 2 5 

10*i94 Hamilton 3-4 l:12" 6 fast 9 110 2 6 

9733 Windsor 1 1-16 1 :46% fast 10 107 1 3 4 

92SS Ham’ton 1 1-16 l:47%fast 8 106 2 3 4 

9211 Ham* ton 1 1-16 1 :46%fast 5 101 4 1 2 2 

9053 Con’ght 1 1-16 1 :48%fast 7 106 3 1 1 

8962 Connaught 3-4 1:15 fast 20 106 2 1 

8880 Blue Ron. 1 1:40%fast .» 107 8 6 7 

8774 Blue Bon. 1 l:42%fast 13 109 2 1 1 

LORD ELAM. b. g. 6 115 

10191 Windsor 1 1-16 1:l6%fast 6 1**7 2 I 3 

11328 Fort Erie 1 1-16 l:53%hvy 4 104 8 8 8 

10249 Fort Erie 1 1-8 1 :53 2 3 fast 16-3 106 1 2 2 

10096 Hamilton 1 1-8 1 :53%fast 4 106 3 7 7 

9886 Windsor 1 l:40%fast 40 105 12 11 10 

9728 W'Tndsor 1 l:40%fa«t 12 104 2 5 6 

9358 Hamilton 7-8 1:28 fast 7 1 20 2 6 6 

9262 Ham’ ton 1 1-16 l:19%fast 20 104 5 8 5 

MISS JONAH, ch. m. 6 108 

10772 Connaught 3-4 l:16- : ,slow 35 107 2 2 

10595 Windsor 1 1-8 1:57% mud 12 I*ni . 1 I 

10495 W’indsor 1 1 16 1:18 fast 5 103 6 3 3 

10376 Ft. Erie lm7**y 1 :46%good 8 10S 5 6 3 

10222 DufTerin 65 f 1: 25% fast 5 105 

1**165 DufTerin 7-8 1:33 fast 3 105 

9867 Windsor lm70y 1:46 fast 12 104 4 4 1 

SCHALLER, ch. c. 3 103 

10278 Fort Erie 1 1-16 l:47%fast 20 9-: 2 3 3 

10053 Hamilton 1 1-8 l:54%fast 40 167 3 3 4 

9994 Hamilton 55 1‘ 1:07 fast 12 10S 12 12 

9590 Belmont 3-4 1:14%rast 8 106 3 2 2 

9190 Belmont 3-4 1:14 fast 50 1% 2 4 4 

8353 Pimlico lmlOy 1 :46%fast S»-10 89 S 11 10 
8057 Pimlico 3-4 l:15%fast 6 110 6 2 



By Armeath IT. — Renovah (W. Martin). 

9 9 ,2 ';Kederis :» Ll Or**. II. Hutchisuu. 1 'ix»m*i*» 
5* 6 s It Watts 7 Three Links. Anavri. .1. Kuight 

55 5 s 5 K Watts Ji Blackford. Busy. Just it**, 1 

7' 7*5 Buxton 10 Blackford. Edda, W*>*>drrHrt 

2nk 3 l i D Connelly s J. Reardon. 1‘ardm r. Tow. Field 

2 1 2 1 D Connelly 4 E*l*la. Hatteras. Aniasi,.r 

3"k n*4 D Connelly « Flex. Upright. Oliver J#odgc 

6 1 6*J D Connelly :> Flabbergast. Blaekford, C. Edgx 

2»k 31 d Connelly 5 TaNunDa, Cli ITSt ream. o.|jodg M 

By Lord Eeterllag — Kate Elam (W. G. Kieg-Dodda 



107 2 1 3 3 4 J 1*5 R Small 

104 8 8 8 5 4- Small 

1*)6 l 2 2 2 2= 2 1 Teahan 

106 3 7 7 6 4*»u Teahan 

105 12 ll 10 10 10* 10 r =5F Ada ins 

104 2 5 6 4 35 4=3 Teahan 

12** 2 6 6 4 3 l 3 1 . W Knapp 

104 5 S 5 4 6»* 7*5 Gross 



7 l atcuda. Spindh‘. J.H.Hought*»*i 
s Be, Marshon. Mh'cosukeo 

1 1 uskyLa«l. Floral Da \ . Marsln.u 
s Rash. Gerrard. Billi*- B:*k*>r 
14 Terrible Bill. Dynamlle. i .rgs 
11 Rash. Working Lad. MyenjHC 
!i Miccosuke**. R. Lloyd, Dllal«*ry 
10 Grlf. My Fellow. Dynamite 



loo 5 1 

103 6 3 
10S 5 6 



l:54%fast 40 167 3 

1 :07 fast 12 108 12 



By Ben Strome — Irvana (F. McKinney). 

3*5 2*i C Peak 7 ljueed. Fred Ia*vy. Love Day 
3*5 2'J Teahau G TomSayers. Bl’kChief. J.Knigut 
3 l 5 2 1 Teahan 7 T.Links. J. Knight. J'.H. Houghton 
4 l 2 2 J Wllliamsll TbeoCook. B. Daylight. D: Five 
1 1 A 25 Loftus 7 Glint. Daisy Platt. Fred Levy 

6J 12‘ 4 }Troxler 13 Ardelon, L.of Langden. Magazine 
6 6 2, jTeahan G C. Hill, L. O’ M’ Life. G. Hughes 
2* 2* E Martin 12 H. Hutchison. O Em. Gold. Castle 
5 h 7 3 3 W Knapp 12 Seneca. Chemulno. VenetaStroun* 
By Burgomaster — Tanya (J. 8. Hondrie). 

In:, lak Gross !* ltighteasy. Dmpiesne, Spellbound 

2 2 2 3 Kedcris 7 Brawny. lTcd Levy. Glint 
4 l 4“5 W W T’lor 7 Inlau. ltighteasy. Bettie Sue 
2 l 3*4 W W T’lor S Joe Knight. Hofltuan. Duquesue 

5 3*5 Buxton G T. Links. ltighteasy. It. McGill 
2* 2 2 Kederis 12 Useeit, Flex. Black Chief 

6 2 3 3 } F Adams 12 M’iilow Wise. Gasket. Pop Gun 
1J l l i F Adams 7 Terrible Bill. BigDipper. Ilasson 
By Star Shoot— Outcome (G. M. Miller). 

I 1 1*5 II Gray 7 Rightcusy. Bettie Sue. Tankard 

1 4 l 4 llerondo S W. Lad. Moisant, M. Katcham 
4 3 3* Nc^’lon 11 I'seoit. Theo Cook. Chemulpo 

15 l h W Amlress 8 Autumn. Geo. Oxnard. Star Rose 

6 G 14 J McCabe <; Cop’ town, Mor’town, C.onDeliv’y 

I s l l 5 Small 8 B.ofPleasure, M.Joe. B’cing I, ass 

2 s 2’4 Rowley 12 I^ewis. KlowerGlrl, Sc. Pimpernel 
H 2* T Koeruer 12 DahomeyBoy. Fawn. Dorbie 

By Contestor — Houseglrl (W. j. Mclllmurray;. 

2‘ 25 C l**‘ak 7 Black Chief, itaquette. Satyr 

1* 1*1 P Moody G Anavri. Black Chief. Joe Knight 

5 2 5* P Moody 12 Wander. Gates, Ralph Lloyd 

2* 1® P Moody 11 Aunt Alice. Pampinea, Gasket 

6 l 6 10 5F’broth'r 12 Fseeit. Tankard, Flex 
2*> 3*3 Montour 11 M. Katcham. J. Burn. Cutie P». 
3 s 3 1 1 D McC’thy 7 Camellia. Reputation. R. Lloyd 
7 2 7 11 JMontour 8 Love Day, Sir Raymond. D. Platt 
3- 3 3 F Adams 11 Marsand. T. Thompson. P. Molly 
5‘J 3*5 F Adams 12 R. McGill. B. Prior. M. Johnson 
2* 2 7 F Adains 15 Itosoinary, Bl. River. J. Grey 
By Russell — La Tour (J. W. Burttscliell 1 . 

P 1*4 C Turner 7 Anavri. Fred Levy, Love Day 

2*5 3 l i C Turner 5 It. Brigade. Counterpart, C.King 

45 5 "S C Turner 10 Harry Lauder. rhil.King. Trovnto 

5= t’ Turner t* Springmass, Moisant. Cosgrove 

S 8 l8 5C Turner 8 M. Katcham. C’teruart. K.Levy 

2* l nk C Turner 12 Earl of Savoy. Luther. Qu’11 Sain 



l:15%fast 


6 


no 


6 


2 2 


3i 


6 :, i F’brother 


1:07 Vi fast 


9 


106 


1 


3 2 


3® 


3 2 i F’brother 


l:16y s mud 


8 


112 


1 


1 1 


43 


4*ft F’brother 


g. 7 




106 








By Planudcs — ] 


1 : 16%slow 


3 


109 


5 


5 4 


5 2 


3 3 Dennler 


1 :17%fast 


8 


107 








8® l>ennl**r 


58% fast 


4 


107 








2® Dennler 



9000 KingEd. 3-4 l:17%fast 8 1U7 

8946 IvingKd. Ab5-8 58% fast 4 107 

8317 Pimlico 3-4 1:15 good fid 103 7 
8221 Pimlico 3-4 1 :15%good l’kl 103 1 
8130 Pimlico 3-4 l:15%fast rid 112 5 

8029 Pimlico 3-4 1:13 fast 158 111 5 

3535 Fort Erie 5i f 1 :06g fast 15 104 4 

3465 Fort Erie 1 1:38 fast 100 105 2 

BERNADOTTE. b. 0. 3 107 

1*«*9G Hamilton 1 I S 1 :53%fast 10 102 l 

10058 Hamilton 1 1-4 2:05 fast 15 100 8 

9993 HamiIC n 1 1-16 1:17 fast 15 9S 8 
9560 Ft.FTrie 1 1-16 1 :50%good 6 95 11 

9459 Ft. Erie lm70yl:52 slow 4 90 7 

9335 Hamilton 3-4 1:13 fast 50 113 12 

S581 Toronto 1 1-16 1 :47 fast 22 97 5 

8504 Toronlo 1 1 :40%.slow 298 1**65 <* 
7624 Charles’ n 1 1-4 2:11 fast 3 111 4 

7576 Charleston 1 1 :43%mud 6 112 8 

7445 LTliarlest’n 5J f 1 :09%slow 6-5 110 4 
7356 Charleston 3-4 l:J6%goodll-20 105 2 

7197 Charleston 3-4 1:16 fast 8-5 102 2 

RALPH LLOYD, b. g. 3 95 



By Heno — Luckies* (J. W. Hedrick). 

2** E Scharf 11 D.DeadwM. T. Holland. 1 ain hihl 
o- 5* * E Scharf 7 Trovato, Marshon. Dyuamite 

4* 3 2 Gross 8 CarltonCluh. Good Day. B. t "«'k 

3 2 3 3 Buxton 7 Tactics. Husky Lad, Adolaut** 

S’ 2 Skirvin 8 Nila. Yankeelotus. E.ofR’nc*inl 

5*1 Scharf 8 M. Primity, Y’keelotus. Klttery 

1* 2S Buxton 7 Camellia. B. Dipper. Miccosiikcc 

By Ort Wells — Bettie’s Deceiver (N. K. Beal). 

li 2'i J Callahan '.* I’llaut. Adolante. Be 
4*i 5 nl *F’brother S E.ofSavoy, Mast. Jim. Fad-sidle 
105 9 lr * F’brother 12 Moisant. My Genii. Black rtivor 

4* 5 2 J F’brother 7 Beaucoup. Little Hugh. Fond 

10 l 7« F’brotlier 14 L. Jupiter. B. Loss, Perthshire 

10 4 8'*gFord \l\ MollIeS.. Star Gift. Mileage 

3* 6-i F’bi-other 12 Brynary. Little Jupiter. Bryn 

3® S 2 i F’brother G M.- Moments, Moncreif. Herippek 

4 s 4*5 F’brother G Brynary. Arran, Captaiu Jinks 

By Pl&nudes — Flying Gill (N. B. Davis). 

5-* 3 2 Dennler 11 D.Deadw'd. MissJouali. Fairchihl 
8® Dennler 1 :► Cordova, ltighteasy. Auto Maid 
2® Dennler 11 Cordova, Curious. Isabel t’asse 
4* 2*5 Snider 13 Springmass, Montcalm. Touch M<- 
Schnt'ger It; Cynosure. C. Beach«*y. (bdliwogg 



4* 2*J Snider 



10324 


Fort Erie 


3-4 


l:17%livy 


20 


107 6 


8 


8 


71 


6".’ 


IBchut’ger 


s 


10209 


Fort Erie 


3 I 


1 :13%fast 


12 


105ft 7 


4 


6 


41 4 


1 - \ 


Teahan 


!» 


IOI25 


Hamilton 


1 


1 :4**%fast 


12 


104 9 


3 3 


3 


3 4 


3‘ 


Tealian 


12 


9861 


Windsor 


3-4 


1:15 Cast 


30 


99 ft 10 


8 


5 


5 s 


r,r.i 

•* A 


Kederis 


10 


5762 


Windsor 


5ft f 


1 :11ft -ihvy 


15 


KM* 8 


8 


7 


6ft 


5’- 


Montour 


!* 


9555 


Fort Erie 


3-4 


l;L r ,%good 


5 


97 4 


4 


4 


i'h 


4 1 2 


E Scharf 


7 


9483 


Fort Erie 


3-4 


l:15%good 20 


1001 6 


8 


9 


10' 


9 ,2 10bert 


12 


9358 


Hamilton 


7-8 


1 :28 fast 


11-5 


104 1 


1 1 


1 


1* 


2 n 


Montour 


9 



MIMESIS, br. f, 3 93 

107 ID Conn'ght 55 f 1:10 hvy 15 98 9 

1* 195 Windsor 1 1-16 1:48 fast 1* 9^ s 

9314 Hamilton 1 1-S 1:56 fast 7 9* 8 

9266 Hamilton 1 1 :40%fast 30 88 3 

9116 Conn'gln 1 1-8 1:56 fast 15 8*5 6 

91*56 Conn'ght 1 1-8 1:56 fast 9-5 88 7 

suss Conn’ght I 1-8 l:56%fast 10 88 7 

8754 UlueBon. I 1-S l:56%fast 15 95 11 

8621 Toronto 1 1-16 l:49%fast 27 90 7 

8136 Toronto l 1-8 1 : 54 -.-.fast 53 Mj7 6 

6613 Jamestown 1 l:43%fast 8 !0! 9 

SENATOR SPARKS, ch. c. 4 117 

1068 1 Hillcrest 6^ f 1:31 hvy 6 11:. 

10648 Hill crest 1 1-16 l:59%hvy 2 lit 

1**344 Dufl’crin 1. 1-16 1:53 fast 6 II* 

10313 Dufferin 1 1-16 l:54%slop 3 112 

10256 Duffer in i 1-16 1 :53%fast 6 108 

10177 Dulferin 1 1-16 1 :54%fast 3-2 112 

9901 KingEd. 11-16 1:53 slow 15 104 

9795 KingEd. 1 1-16 1:54 slow 4 112 

9693 KingEd. Ab6if l:2t%fast 15 117 

9129 KingEd. 1 1-16 l:52%fast 4 114 

9t*9S KingEd. 11-4 2:14 slow 30 9s 

9002 KingEd. 3-4 l:17%fast 3 1U8 

GARNEAU. b. g. 5 101 

4616 Baltimore 1 1-2 2:** fast 3-2 98 1 

4546 R’timore InvlOy 1:48 fast 3 1*18 t; 

4 189 B’timore. Im40y 1:50 hvy 5 107 6 

2597 Fairmont 1 1-16 1:51 fast 6 110 

3590 Fainnont 1 1:44ft fast — 

5558 Fairmont 1 1-16 1:50 fast — 111 

32S9 Latonia 1 3-8 2:21J gooti 17 10!* I 

3150 I^atonia 1 1-16 1:50 hvy 24 10!* 6 

"I4> 47 Latonia lm70y 1 :43f! fast 147 103 6 

2880 latonia 1 1-16 l:46ji fast 62 109 8 

2630 Electric 1 1-16 1:51* fast 11-6 107 7 

2585 Electric l 1-16 1 :52| fast 12-6 10*) 2 



8 8*5 Ford 13 Magazine. Ambrose. Horace I, 

4 5 5 ts iAlcx r» Aldcbaran. Textile. Stentor 

9 8 1 7 10 AVVolf 12 Eagle Bird, Bettie Sue. Toy Boy 

4 5* 4 11 JLounsb’y G Granite. Edda. Buck horn 

By Contestor — Reality (J. A. Thomson). 

4 5ft 5- Van Ihiscii 8 Rash, lx*rd Elam. Gerrard 

5 5 2 5 U Van Dusen S Clubs. El (Iro. Mycenae 

8 S l S ls ;', Ambnise 11 Marie T.. Busy. Clubs 

5 4 3 2’ Auihnise 11 llowdyHowdy. Master Jim. Fid 

4 3*» 3’:’ Neylon s McCreary, Clinton. Kiel 

12 12 12 22 ftF Adains 12 Yorkville. Sim« , *x‘. Ilosemarv 

5 5 2 ° S^iDeromln ♦, PhiteGluss. Sight. Bwa. I’ijih1»*i 

3 5 l 6 5 5 D Met” t by 7 Iiorron, Flalibergast, Buskin 
Fell. E Martin G Monoeaey. E. Light. Tale*’Hrrlnr 

5 5* 6 3 E Martin P> Go<*«l l>ay. C’twpart, Chil King 

3 2** I'ft E Martin 10 Fuchsia. Anna Claire. Syns-ei 

2 2 3 2 3 E Martin 7 Good Day, Syoaset, IlHh Stanley 

3 3'i 2* K Martin 10 F. Hudson. GnodDay. BethStanlrjr 



Brawny, Denham, guecd 
Camellia. Reputation. T. Hayers 



By Ogden — Mimosa (W. Walker). 

4® E Cart**r 12 M. Johnson. Ileii|>eck. Gey. Karine 
7 s E Carter s CsirltonClub. Go*hIDu.v. M.Jemiu 
5 s Neylon 12 Hasson. McCreary. Mal ic T. 

•i'i Neylon 10 Mnff. Daisy Plat. Jouuuii 

ft6 11 Neylon 7 I.I.estrade, L. George. Jacqu*‘liua 
*.®2 Snyder 7 Azo. Bash. Judge Mom k 
5®2 Snyder 10 L.M.Eekert. I.uekyGeorg. Rash 
A Wilson 11 Apiaster. L. M. Eckert. Stairs 
3-’ Snyder 7 llowdyHowdy. Hasson. C.Ibiiv.rd 
5-«ftSmall G Kleburne. F. Siglit. Spring Maid 

ft 2 1 Buxton 10 M. Ann K.. E. Graue. F-By Night 
By Previous — Veracious (S. Murray*. 



15 


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9 




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9 


5» 


4® 


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9 


98 


s 


9 


9 


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71 


7* 


E Carter 


7 


95 


8 


2 


3 




2 


5* 


Neylon 


30 


88 


3 


6 


9 


6 


4 4 


Vi 


Neylon 


15 


N 


6 


6 


7 


4; 


6' ft 


6 1 1 


Neylon 


9-5 


8 S 


7 


4 


7 


5 


5 :i 


*65* 


Snyder 


10 




7 


5 


7 


5 


5 3 


5®2 


Snyder 


15 


15 


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A Wilson 


27 


90 


7 


6 


5 


4 


4- 


3 2 


Snyder 


i>3 


107 


4: 


6 


4; 


5 


5 s 


5-® 


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8 


»0i 


9 


6 


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5% Hall 9 Leialoha. I.iubrook. J. Harris 

•’ ,7 ft ftVar’gi 011 7 Dr.IIolxberg. Maxton. B. Frances 

'■’ A \ War’gton !* Henotic, Pierre Dumas, i'aim.i 
•’»* War’gton 9 Dr.Hnlzberg. B. Dam***. B.Bran *ti 
2 1 ft War’gton s Our Nugget. Electric, Palina 

1* Dreyer 9 Dr. Holzberg. Noon. Tackle 

5* ft Skirvin 11 Agnier. Ursula Emma. Kitten 

6 1 ’ft Dreyer s RoseOneil. Klttery. Barn Dance 

6‘ft Hall 12 Camel. Pan Prior. !>usi 

Dreyer lo P. Dumas, S. Ashland. Striding® 

I0 l2 18tlrliug 13 Htrite. H. Hutch’sou. I» 1 10 ▼ 

4 7 C Knight 10 Agues May. Minstra. Curious 
By Star Shoot — Auvergne (Wm. Mulholland). 



3® Adams 
4'°} Adams 
3 7 Adams 
3 giiiuluu 



6 5- 5‘i MeC.ihcy 

4 3 3 5® McCnhey 

6 6 5®ft Estep 

10 ll* 10 1 -} Estep 
4 4 3 1 ! * Ferguson 

3 3-' # 3'5 Ferguson 



By Peep o’Day — My Gyps ( Barbee ic Haves). 

Ink 1 nk w W T’lor 7 M. Katcham. Chanticlor. S' mass 

;nk s® W W T’lor] 2 Widow Wlw, ousKet. lankard 

3® 3 J \\ M T’lor 7 Jes.Burn, Cbapnltepec. Magazine 

2 1 2i M* W T’lor G I’resumpt ion. Closer. L’tleFather 

Uft 1= W W T’lor 12 Henry Rltte. Coy. Anna Reed 

3 1 3 2 4 W AY T’lorll Adelaide T. , Tyree. Pampinea 
2 3 ft 2H Buxton 9 Mother Katcham. Tyree. G. Post 
By Peep o' Day— Smirr ( J. ,J. McCafferty). 

11 11 2 ®ftSkirvin ll Rock View, Locliiel, Buskin 
3 4 2 2 Deronda !* 1 *011 ble Five. Trifler. ThrilTv 
I 3 l 2 Deronda s Honey Bee. Cowl, Progressive 

5 2 4*2 Robbins <; Azyiade. Altamaha. Tarts 

7 7 ,s Der**nda 7 Kp’gBoard. Sir Blais**, ('aughllill 

5 1 6 lu C Grand «’• HotTman. A morions. Viley 

4 4 : ’ C Grand I D.Maedon’d. MiltonB.. Shack’ton 

2* 1 n k r i’a|din l J. Kellogg. Fatherola. Royal 1’**a 

R 1” C Grand *’• G.Cap, Col. Ashmeade. Royal Tea 

By Handspring — Masaada (R. T. McKeever). 

!' 4® 3 D Connelly 7 La Mod**. M.K at chain. Clian’clor 

6R 4 3 3 D Connelly s Three Links. Cowl. Back Bay 

1ft l 1 D C«*n:ie11y 9 Moisant. Cosgrove. Fred L*vy 

7 ltf 7 1 ** AV AV T’lor 8 J. Stein. T. Nightmare. Cosgrove 
9 1 3 1 1 1 Byrne ll W. Welles. Daingerfield. Lillpb 
8 1 7 1 0 i l > Hoffman L> Perthshire. It. I.ass. Discovery. 
4*> 5®i Frasch ]<» Strcnuons. Beaucoup. Spin 
3ft l*ft D Connolly 13 T. Holland, Montcalm. Touch Me 
Bv Cameron — Gold Wing (J. H MaCarraa). 

6 1 8 ’’ft Skirvin !♦ B.de Kalb. J.Gaitens. S.of B»s*ks 
I * Skirvin 10 Song of Rocks. Brush, Casque 
t 1 Skirvin S AVnetaStromc. Palma, B. Dav^c 

s '- Skirvin 9 E.Tanguay. t’nttyh’k. Dynamite 

* 1 Skirvin 7 Incision. Joe Gaitens. Kcfugilta 

6 1 0 Skirvin S A*. Powers. Cor**opsis. 1*. Dumas 

5 4 ft Skirvin 10 Leialoha. Sylvestris. M. Primity 
1*» Skirvin 12 Ben Prior, Dust. Gagnaut 
of above be scratched: 

By Stalwart — La Mujer (J. L. Paul). 

5ft 5® 3 Deronde 8 Three Links. Cowl. Bark Buv 
6‘ 5*i R Watts 9 Flex. Hoffman. Three Links 
3’ i 1 < SDyder 7 M..lonali. BigDipper. Miceosukee 

5” 5 3 J D Connelly 6 Font, Til. Nightmare. R. McGill 
l 3 l 4 F Adams 7 Reputation, T. Sayers. R. Lloyd 

52 4* M’olfe S F.G’mother. S.X’thcut. Cvnosura 

4®k C 4 ft Snider S Font, A’ork Lad. Double Five 

7 2 6®3 Deronda :• C.Beachey. StarGift. The Squire 
2’ft I 4 * Deronda 10 The Squire, IMiant. Blue Mouse 
7nk f,'* AA’olfe in JoeGaitens. Martre. TrovWeight 
4*» 3'i Wolfe 10 Coreopsis. Mai I tine. MissPrlmitv 
Requital — Prioress (N. B. Davis). 

7 lf, AFranklin 7 U. Bradley. T.Busylt'y. T'earrier 
i** 1 Dennler 12 Camel, Uusi. Gugnanl 
5 ‘ft Dennler 7 Priuee Fonso, Agnier, Roselhiei) 
2 1 Dennler 1 «• Portarl’lon. Sunguide. L. Rankin 
I'. Deimler 12 Pierre Dumas. Otilo. Ilorieon 
3* 4 2 i Dennh r 7 Adolante. F.Godmother. II. Ruse 

3V\ Denuh r s B.M’terson. C.B’chey M’Creary 

3’ 2* 1 Dennler 1 j R. McGill. T Sayers, M.Jolmsou 

5 h 6 3 1 »ennler 13 Satyr. Billy Collins. M. J*>hns**n 

’*1 l>ennh*r 6 Prin. Tborp<*. S. Prin«*ess. Stairs 
By Woolsthorpe — Pocketpiece (G. A. Tacot). 

2' J Williams s C.Kriim. D. Platt. L. of Langden 
:*’. 9'JJJ AYilliamslO A isiblo. Simcoe. Jessup Burn 
1 1 D J Williams M Sbnwne**, Marie T.. Ravenat 
1* -**i Williams 7 Jaequelina. Chemulpo. MollieS. 
1<* 1*> :i .1 \A illiamslO 1. Al. Eckert. L’ky George. Rash 
5* 6 s ft .1 AVilliains 7 Ilattcras. Rash. G*.l<Jen Treasure 
9® 9>«iA’an R’otenB* L. of Langden. Ifereti**. B. Lass 
2 4 A M’ thews 7 Cassowary. Golconda. Tender 
l 2 A M’thews G Cassowary. Golconda. Naugl*. Lad 
3 2 A M’thews 8 Af. Jean. Chemulpo. C’mas Daisy 



LADY RANKIN 


ch. 


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112 








By Leonid — Be 


9! *4*1 KiugEM. 1 


1 -16 1 


53 slow 


3 


92 








8 ,4> Snyder 


!*8'«i KingEd. 1 


1 16 1 


19%fast 


6-5 


99 








5 3 Snyder 


9535 Del’mier 1 


1-16 1 


51 fast 


25 


100 








l‘i C Knight 


9477 Delorimier 


5-8 1 


02%fast 


8" 


85 








5®} Snyder 


9370 Del’ m ier 1 


1-16 1 


51%fast 


3 


MS 








4 3 ft Skirvin 


9339 De I’m ier 1 


1-16 1 


50% fast 


10 


101 








5® Robbins 


7194 Juarez 


1 1 


:42£ slow 


7 


!•-. 


4 1 


5 


5 


5 5‘« C Peak 


7176 Juarez 


3 4 1 


:21g hvy 


8-5 


107 


4 


5 


5 


4 2 3* C Peak 


6703 Juarez 


3-4 1 


:15 got*d 4 


106 


4 


4 


4 


4» 2* (troth 


6683 Juarez 


5ft f 1 


:**8 slow 


8 


1**7 


4 


5 


5 


5 3'i Groth 


4245 Butte 


7-S 1 


:30 slop 


11 


197 


3 8 


7 


6 


4% 3® Kirsch’tn 


4098 Butte 


7-8 1 


:29 mud 


:io 


101 


2 2 


5 


5 


5 6*®JGrotli 


4009 Salt l^ake 


1-8 1 


:53 fast 


21 


103 


5 5 


6 


4 


4'S 3’J Gross 


HERETIC, cb. g 


. 6 






111 








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9793 KingEd. AbCftf 1 


27%slow 


15 


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15 


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!*37*» IXd’miei 1 


1-16 1 


5I75I ast 


15 


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91 is * ’onnaught 


3-4 1 


15%/a st 


30 


101 


1 


7 


7 


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9015 Conn’ gilt 


5ft f 1 


10%fast 


25 


101 


9 


11 


11 


12 9*1 Halsev 


SiMM Conn’ght 


5ft f 1 


09%fast 


30 


LM 


13 


13 


14 


14 1# 10*H Robbins 


8775 Blue Bon. 


7-8 1 


28Vfefast 


20 


1 • M I 


11 


13 


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8689 Delorimier 


3-4 1 


37%hvy 


4 


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5 1 0 Kill’w’th 


8559 Delorimier 


3-4 1 


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8 


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2 3 Franklin 


7778 Jamestown 


3-4 I 


15%good 15 


10* 


3 


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7776 Jaines’n 1 


1-16 1 : 51% mud 


4 


97 


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10580 Hillcrest 7 S 1 :30%fast 7 
10291 Dufferin 7 8 1 :52%fast 6 
1C177 Duff**rin 1 1-16 l:54%fast 6 
10096 Hamilton 1 1-8 1:52% fast 40 
10053 Hamilton 1 1-8 l:54%fast 5 
9016 Connaught 1 l:42%fast 60 
SO70 Pimlico 1 1 : 4 2% fast 251 1 

7781 Jaines’n lm70y 1:47 good 20 J 
7768 Jamestown 7-S 1:2S fast 8 
6373 Latonia 1 3-8 2:19g fast 18 
6214 Latonia 1 3-16 1 :59i| fast 31-5 
6069 Latonia 1 1-8 1:531 fast 55 



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fi Louis*- Welles. R.xlJack**! . Profile 
G Corinth. W.Griswell. Red Jacket 
7 Gal.. Slave. P/IAiorpe. N. F«.*rgiisi.*n 
9 N.Fer’n. W.Griswell. T. K. Priuee 

11 GalleySlave. Ragman. Pr. Thorpe 

7 Tay Pay. Effemli. La bold 

G Supple. r,al*old. Sir Catesby 
G Puek, Leopold. Sister Fl*»v**nce 

12 ficopold. Sea Cliff. Crossover 

9 Louise AVelles. Pedigree. Rin*la 
o W.Griswell. Pedigree, UoKcb’gll 

ie Rankin (J. L. Adams). 

11 Agnier. Ursula Emma. Kitterv 
!* Our Nugget. Frog. Star Ashland 

10 Star Ashland, Fawn. Max ton 

S g . Treasure. H. Lad, !■ rbt |M 
10 Po»*tarllngton. B. Prior. Sunguide 

8 G. Treasure. R’b’rglV.. Ct^iuik 
5 Console. Hatteras. Dr. Dougherty 
7 Enfield. Dr. Dougherty. Marin 

7 E. Bryson. Ur. Emma. B Kniglit 
5 Frazzle. Ursula Emma, Colin* ! 

S Republican. T. Links. Guaranola 
t» Enfield. Banorella. Mnnasseh 
7 Manasseh, A r anlr, Jenny Geddea 



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ft 7 Montour s Af. Marion. Shawnee. Marie T. 

O* 1 , Ilalsey 12 R.AIeGill, BenPrior. TomSavers 
•10 1 HRohbins 15 Rosemary. T. Savers, p. River 

Montour 13 Flex. Emily Lee. R. IT. Grnv 

5]® Kill’w’th E. of Richmond. R.Oneil. Silicic 
2-* Franklin 7 Rose Oneil. Trxldllng, Gagnant 
6 31 Montour 7 T.Oook. New Haven. E.LeBrqme 
ft 2*‘ Montour 7 O Em. MollieS.. Aviator 
By Beacon Light— Princess Orna (Mrs. W. H. Frey). 
1 * ft G \\ Car 11 7 I >r. I folzla*rg. Ma\t.*u, B.Fran«**s 

8 1C Fuerat JO Glipian. Klttery. Aloiitagnie 

■j- War’gton .S Monkey. Tackle. T. Havxvanl 

•j Fliers t Sen. Sparks. Dr. II«*1z1*erg. No*m 

7 7 3 7 1 " Fuerst S Rash. Lord Elam. Gerrard 

8 8 8** JH'r**nde 8 E.«>fSavoy. Mast. Jim. Fadf**dle 

7 6ft 5* ft Neylon S Gold. Treasure. Effendi. iMyi*enae 

11 luft 30 22 iNathan 12 Eu. Graney, StelelitT. Ro<*k FI h 

7 7 1 7 l *iTeahan S E.G’niother. S.N’theut. Cynoaure 

8 7 2 6 ,0 JMontour 8 Blue Mouse. Mali tine. Cynosure 

3 4* 4*° Nathan S CousInPnss. SlsterFlorence, Frog 

8 9 9 9 B Steele 10 CousinPusa, Sis.F1nren« i e. Effendi 

6 6 s 4 2 i Nathan 9 Carl. Club. J. Louis. Dick Baker 



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7 2 5*4 Deronda 
2 1 } 4 4 ft| Deronda 
7nk 6 3 Wolfe 
4*» 3'J Wolfe 



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